Soaring skyline city of Toronto is the capital of Ontario and largest city in the Canada. Its relatively modern status can be understood by the fact that Toronto is the international industrial hub for business and finance and the its Stock Exchange stands at the seventh largest in the world by market capitalization. This city is home to 2.6 million residents. This city was established by Britishers who earlier named it as the Town of York. After liberation wars the town was designated as a city and named Toronto. It has an ever accelarating GDP and cost of residential here is more than all other developed metro cities of the world.
Toronto has number of education centres for tertiary education like the University of Toronto that has two satelite campuses, one at Scarborough and other at Mississauga. York university is also a ranked as top notch and third largest education centres of Canada. For secondary education there are four diploma and degree colleges like Seneca College, Humber College, Coentennial College and George Brown College. Toronto also has vocational schools for music and film centres like Glenn Gould School and Canadian Film Centre is for media training. Apart from that Toronto has 451 elementary and 102 secondary schools. Toronto also ha an extensive public library with 99 branches and a collection of over a million journals and articles.