A third of London’s residents were born outside Britain, a higher percentage of newcomers than in any other city in the world except Miami, and the percentage continues to rise.
Actually, Toronto boasts a 50% foreign born population. Literally:
Toronto is the city of unlimited possibilities! That’s why Toronto is the chosen city for generations of immigrants who come here to live, work and raise families. It’s a city where more than 150 languages are spoken daily and where 50 per cent of residents are foreign born. Above all, it’s a city where diversity is a sign of strength and success.
This website helps new and future immigrants learn more about the services and solutions available in the city of Toronto. It answers questions such as: “What documents do I need?” “What kind of housing and schools are available?” “Where can I get help to find a job?” “How do I start a business?”
Please feel free to call me a “racist.” I’ve actually grown to like it. All it means is that I’m right.
When the Hockey Hall of Fame is turned into a mosque, and none of the nurses on your ward speak English, and they open that new public school just for teenage transexuals down the street from your house, next to that women’s shelter for all the genital mutilation victims, you’ll realize, too late, that I was right.
Was getting invited to all the right parties by all the right people worth deluding yourself all those years?