Ontario
Ontario
Ontario
Information general

ONTARIO is Canada's most populous province, with 38.3% of the country's population.

There are more than 250,000 lakes in Ontario, accounting for a fifth of the world's freshwater supply and has the longest freshwater beach in the world (Wasaga Beach).

Ontario has Canada's most populous city, Toronto (approximately 2.75 million people).

There are more than 3,600 species of plants, 154 species of fish, 50 species of amphibians and
reptiles, 483 species of birds, and more than 81 species of mammals in the province.

Population:
15007816
Languages:
English

AVERAGE TEMPERATURE IN ONTARIO

During a short Spring season the average temp high of 19°C and a low of 6°C.

In Summer season, the average high of 40°C and a low of 25°C.

Autumn'scolors are beautiful and the average thigh of 22°C and a low of 2°C.

The long Winter averages a high of 0°C and a low of -25°C.

Cost of Cost of Living
1 month average
CAD $2,400
Apt. 1 bedr.
CAD $180
Services.
CAD $1,000
Market.
CAD $155
Transportation.
CAD $1,000
Nursery.
Salaries
CAD $65,000
/ year
CAD $34
/ hour
CAD $35,000
/ year
CAD $18
/ hour
CAD $120,000
/ year
CAD $62
/ hour
Economy

High tech

Agriculture

Manufacturing

Energy

Mining

Motor Vehicules

Living in
Ontario
Health health system

Most people in Ontario call the plan by its short name: OHIP. When Ontarians pay taxes, some of the money goes into this plan to pay for their health services. Doctors and other health care providers then bill OHIP for the services they provide to you.

You must apply for OHIP in person at a ServiceOntario centre.

Learn more here

Driver's driver's license

To apply and take the required knowledge tests, visit:
a DriveTest centre (appointments not required)
the Service Ontario Bay and College location in downtown Toronto (by appointment only)
Learn more about it here

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Ontario
Toronto, Canada's largest city

Living in Toronto, Canada's largest cosmopolitan city, will change your life. This city is perfect for students and professionals.

Ottawa

Ottawa is the capital of Canada. Although it is far from being the largest city (it is the fourth) nor the main economic engine of the country, it is the political center. The governor resides in Ottawa, where the main government buildings and embassies are located.

typical Ontario food

Beaver Tail: This dessert is a fried cookie with topping, and filled with Oreo, Nutella, peanut butter, chocolate with almonds and also apple with cinnamon. Pickerel: It is a carnivorous freshwater fish, a member of the pike family. Pasta, Toronto Toronto's Italian origin makes pasta one of its traditional dishes.

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