An undeniably dynamic metropolis, first-time visitors to Canada’s largest city often expect to find one big place, sprawling out north, east, and west from the CN Tower and the shores of Lake Ontario. But once you start exploring Toronto, you begin to realize that this city is actually made of dozens and dozens of distinctive neighbourhoods, often referred to as “villages.” It’s a place where you can completely change the vibe by walking a few blocks down the road, and you can travel across the world by simply crossing the street… [read more]