Living in Toronto

The largest city in Canada, Toronto is the most multicultural and diverse city in North America. Over 100 different languages are spoken here. As a truly cosmopolitan city, Toronto houses international museums and galleries, is a world centre for live theatre, and home to major league hockey, basketball and baseball teams. There’s also great shopping!

Toronto is more community-oriented and safer than other urban centres around the world. The Havergal population is as diverse as the population of Toronto. We take full advantage of being in such a beautiful and culturally rich city, and our students benefit from all that this city has to offer. The campus is located in beautiful mid-town Toronto in one of the most desirable neighbourhoods in the city-with unique shops, local eateries and modern conveniences just around the corner. Public transit and the city’s subway system are just steps away. Discover Toronto at Havergal!


Links of Interest

Official City of Toronto Web Site

Hockey Hall of Fame

St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts

Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art

Rogers Centre

Scotiabank Arena

Gardiner Museum of Ceramic Art

Toronto Symphony Orchestra

Canadian Opera Company

The Bata Shoe Museum

Textile Museum of Canada

Royal Ontario Museum

Art Gallery of Ontario

CN Tower

Meridian Hall