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  1. Introduction
  2. The changes in Toronto over the last decade
    1. The negative changes
  3. Origin of Torontonians
  4. Increase in population and pollution
  5. Conclusion
  6. Works cited

Toronto is known, the world over, as a haven for multiculturalism, a true ethnic and social melting pot. The city is often called the most ethnically diverse city in the world. While this remains a source of identification for the city, the face of this multiculturalism has visibly changed over the past ten years. As the largest city in Canada, both in size as well as in population, Toronto has developed into one of the premier, modern cities in the world. Its sprawling metropolitan make up continues to grow, each year incorporating more geographic space and an ever increasing number of inhabitants, which currently top out at around 2.5 million people. The Greater Toronto Area (GTA) is often considered as part of the metropolitan region of Toronto.

[...] When assessing all of these factors, a generalization cannot be made as to whether the collective changes in the past ten years have been positive or negative. As with any major city, Toronto maintains fragments of its history, as it also adapts along with its population and socio-economic composition. Change has come, but some constants remain. Toronto continues to be an ethnically, socially and economic mix. The cost of living is the highest in all of Canada, but it was also rated by the Economist as one of the most livable cities in the world.[8] Toronto, thus, remains complex. [...]


[...] Cohort Study of Traffic-Related Air Pollution and Mortality in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.? Environmental Health Perspectives, Vol No (May, 2009), pp. 772-777. ?Population by selected ethnic origins (Toronto)? Statistics Canada Retrieved 19 October 2009. Todd, Zachary Taylor. Shaping the Toronto region, past, present, and future: an exploration of the potential effectiveness of changes to planning policies governing Greenfield land development in the Greater Golden Horseshoe. (Toronto: Neptis Foundation, 2008). Zachary Taylor Todd. Shaping the Toronto region, past, present, and future: an exploration of the potential effectiveness of changes to planning policies governing Greenfield land development in the Greater Golden [...]

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