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Toronto is a sophisticated, cosmopolitan city and a gateway to a vast and diverse region including the awesome Niagara Falls, and neighbouring cities of Mississauga and Brampton – each of which have a compelling combination of natural escapes, Canadian heritage, ethnic diversity and a growing urban core with big-city amenities like shopping, arts and dining.
To get the lay of the land, catch a bird's-eye view from one of the observation decks at theCN Tower. From there, get a taste for authentic Torontonian suds by sampling some beer in the historic Distillery District, then walk over to the historic St. Lawrence Market for the best in Canadian fare. When it comes to keeping the kids entertained, Toronto's got it covered; numerous attractions like the Toronto Zoo and the Ontario Science Centre are sure to keep the youngsters in good spirits. And if the weather's right, hop a ferry to the nearby Toronto Islands.
It starts with the all night art party that is Nuit Blanche on September 30, 2017. Stay up, wander around and fuel your creative spirit. Or find the latest in modern art to purchase as Art Toronto brings top galleries and dealers in from all over the world to the Metro Toronto Convention Centre October 27 to 30.
From September 28 to October 8, an abandoned factory will be turned into a hive of technology and world-changing ideas. EDIT is an immersive expo-meets-festival built to showcase how design is combating global hunger, solving medical issues and improving our future. Elevate Toronto is another inaugural event focused on innovation and runs from September 12 to 14. Celebrating diversity and inclusion, the festival brings together entrepreneurs and innovators with keynotes, inspirational talks and curated high-value networking.