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The Changes of Toronto in Last Decades

  • Date Submitted: 07/11/2010 09:19 PM
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The changes of Toronto in last decades
Thesis Statement
The challenges and the changes of Toronto has in the pass, present and future as one of the most modern cities with multicultural and most immigration city in the world which leading its track toward a right or wrong direction.

Introduction
    Canada claims that Toronto city is the largest immigrant city in the country, with the 2006 census stating that almost exactly half of Toronto’s urban population is foreign-born. And Toronto is the 3rd largest immigrant cities around the world. Canada has been taking steps in recent years to attract young people to the country, to ease up the potential issues with the aging workforce and making it an extremely attractive proposition for young and ambitious people. With 1.2 million foreigners having settled in Toronto, it has became one of the most diverse urban centers in the world. It claims to be one of the safest cities in the world as well with the amount of population and the development.

    Also, there are numerous carnivals, festivals and different cultural celebrations event going on in the city annually, so it really does deserve its place on this top immigrant list within Canada. Also, Toronto is also listed in “the best cities to live in” at ranking number sixteen in 2010. Besides these facts mentioned above, there are also some information proving the changes of Toronto since decades ago. In the research paper, I will mainly be focusing on 3 different aspects to discuss Toronto. I will talk about the history of Toronto up to the World War II, the changes since the 19th century, and the present circumstance of its changes.

First aspect
    People have lived in the Toronto region on the north shore of Lake Ontario for almost 11,000 years since the first nation people moved to here from the south after the ice age. They had direct contacted with Europeans, who arrived in the 17th century, and the French built small trading posts   during the 18th,...

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