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Ontario

The most populated province in the country, it has more large cities than any other province.
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Capital

Toronto

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Area

1.1M km²

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Official language

English

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Population

14.8M Inhabitants

Average temperature

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Ontario is the largest province in Canada, in terms of population, and Canada’s economic engine. The largest city is Toronto, a very multicultural destination known for its great museums and restaurants. A huge portion of the population of Ontario is concentrated in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) – an area ranging from Burlington to the west, across Toronto, and over to Oshawa to the east.

The area outside of the GTA is served by medium-sized cities, such as Barrie and Guelph. These cities tend to be surrounded by farmland and smaller towns. The northern area of the province is sparsely populated, but is home to massive lakes, rivers and forests, where busy city-dwellers enjoy relaxing during their time off. 

Ontario is home to Niagara Falls, one of the wonders of the natural world, and the CN Tower, once the largest building in the world. Because of its large population, it also features a large number of world-class universities, including the University of Toronto, University of Waterloo, and McMaster University.     

If you’d like to be at the centre of the action, Ontario may be the place for you!
 

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Red Leaf's educational offerings in Ontario

+ 19 School Boards
+ 210 Colleges

School Disricts in Ontario

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Ontario

Catholic District School Board of Eastern Ontario

From 13 to 18 years

rural, Riverside

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Ontario

Halton District School Board

From 14 to 18 years

urban

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Ontario

Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board

From 13 to 18 years

urban, Lakeside

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Ontario

Limestone District School Board

From 14 to 18 years

urban

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Ontario

Waterloo Catholic District School Board

From 14 to 18 years

urban

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Ontario

York Catholic District School Board

From 13 to 18 years

urban

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York Region District School Board

From 13 to 18 years

urban, Lakeside

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in Ontario