York Mills - Windfields is an affluent residential neighborhood in North Toronto characterized by shining high-end office towers and luxury properties. Yet, this upscale district has succeeded in keeping its tranquility and its natural charm. York Mills - Windfields belongs to the most desirable neighborhoods of Toronto and is one of the most luxurious areas of Canada. Populated by young couples and families with kids, this is a true haven to enjoy a one of the best lifestyles.
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Since the Canadian government has voted a tax for foreign investors, it seems that the real estate market in Toronto has been slowing down. However, this phenomenon was wishing as the government had taken measures to limit price hike. There are more houses to sell and their prices are less expensive, which is a nice news for investors. All these elements allow to create a better offer for the real estate market and an price annual growth more moderated.
The period from November to April is the coldest one and is characterized by a lot of wind and snow. February is the coldest month of the year. However, Toronto is worth visiting in winter. If you do not fear cold temperatures, you will discover a magic city. In December, the city has been organizing for over 45 years the Cavalcade of Lights, an renowned event that celebrates Christmas vacations with live concerts, tinsels, Christmas tree lighting ceremony and stunning firework shows. During this period, prices are cheaper and there are fewer tourists to admire this stunning city.
From May to October, this is the rainy period but it also corresponds to the tourist season. It is characterized by pedestrian markets and numerous cultural activities and international events and shows. It is the a nice compromise to visit Toronto as the weather is enjoyable, prices are affordable and there are few tourists.
From July to September, Toronto welcomes crowds of tourists who come admiring the city and attend its countless events. Therefore, prices are more expensive but the city is very dynamic and hosts the festival season. During this period, the weather is the most pleasant one with nice temperatures and sunny days.
Osgoode Hall is an heritage monument which became the center of legal activity in Ontario. It was bought by the Law Society of Upper Canada in 1829. The building was named in tribute to William Osgoode, who was the first Chief of Justice of the province. The interior of the building enjoys unique architectural achievements and its courtrooms are an heritage of the late 1800s. This landmark was designated as a National Historic Site in 1979 because it represents the judicial institution in Ontario and constitutes an architectural and historical treasures for Canada.
Created in 1900, the Art gallery of Ontario is among the most distinguished art museums in North America thanks to its impressive collection, gathering over 90,000 works of art spanning the first century to the present day. This museum offers an incredible experience to any of its visitors. This must-see attraction is the 8th biggest museum in North America and displays exceptional exhibitions, from African art to cutting-edge contemporary art. It offers remarkable temporary exhibitions, of high quality.
This public aquarium, situated Downtown Toronto, in the entertainment district, features over 13,000 beautiful species and nine galleries of underwater creatures. This place is particularly interesting and will seduce marine lovers as well as families with kids. They will be able to touch some marine animals at the Touch Tank Gallery and to admire them swimming in the acrylic viewing tunnel. Ripley's aquarium is the largest indoor aquarium of Canada and it is home to stunning jellyfish, ancient giant lobsters, impressive sharks, sting rays and countless colourful fishes from all over the world.
Situated in the Golden Horseshoes region of Canada, Toronto is a dynamic city which welcomes 2.8 million inhabitants. Located on the North shore of Lake Ontario, this is the largest urban center of the country has it is the commercial, financial, industrial and cultural core of Canada. It is also the largest city of the country and the 4th biggest one in North America. Toronto is the capital of Ontario province and enjoys a multicultural aspect. In fact, more than 150 languages are spoken in the city and 50% of its population was not born in Canada. Toronto is considered as a major metropolis in the world and this place is renowned to have a bustling nightlife, international festivals, an original architectur...