With a surface area of 1.068 million square kilometers, Ontario is a province in Canada’s southeastern area that shares boundaries with New York and other states along the south sides. There are approximately 25,000 lakes and rivers with a total length of more than 100,000 kilometers in the province. The capital of Ontario is Toronto, which is the largest city in Canada that acts as its center of politics, economy, culture, and transportation. Ottawa, the capital of Canada, lands on the Ottawa River at the easternmost point of the province. The province has a population of roughly 14 million, accounting for nearly 40% of Canada's total population, ranking first in the nation. Manufacturing is the province’s primary sector, the southeastern urban belt is the national industrial center, agriculture and animal husbandry are also important in southern Ontario. The climate of Ontario varies greatly from the north to the south. The southern part has a humid continental climate, with temperatures slightly lower than average winters and summers. The average temperature in January is about -13°C; the average temperature in July is about 20°C. Northern Ontario is colder, with plenty of snow in winter. The majority of Canadian universities gather in the province of Ontario, including prominent schools such as the University of Toronto, Queen's University, and McMaster University.

K-12 School broad:

1.Toronto District School Board 2.York Region District School Board 3.Halton Catholic District School Board

4.Greater Essex County District School Board 5.District School Board Ontario North East 6.Ottawa-Carleton District School Board

7.Waterloo Region District School Board 8.Niagara Catholic District School Board
9.Halton District School Board

1.Algonquin College 2.Cambrian College 3.Centennial College 4.Collège Boréal 5.Conestoga College 6.Confederation College 7.Durham College 8.Fanshawe College

.Fleming College 10.George Brown College 11.Georgian College 12.Humber College 13.La Cité collégiale 14.Lambton College 15.Mohawk College 16.Niagara College

17.Northern College 18.Our Lady Seat of Wisdom College 19.St. Clair College 20.St. Lawrence College 21.Sault College 22.Seneca College 23.Sheridan College

1.McMaster University 2.Waterloo University 3.Western University 4.Queen's University 5.University of Ottawa 6.York University 7.University of Guelph

8.Carleton University 9.University of Windsor 10.Ryerson University 11.Brock University 12.Wilfrid Laurier University 13.Ontario Tech University 14.OCAD University

15.Lakehead University 16.Trent University 17. Laurentian University 18.Nipisising University 19.Algoma university 20.Royal Military College of Canada 21.University of Toronto

2. Taxes

Tax: HST=13%

3.Leisure & Travel
Niagara Falls was formed by the melting water of the Wisconsin Glacier 12,000 years ago and is one of the three largest transnational waterfalls in the world. Perhaps the most classic way to visit is to take a cruise ship to enjoy the steamy scenery up close. You can also take a Journey Behind the Falls adventure through a tunnel and dive behind the curtains of water. Additionally, you can appreciate its scenery from above by riding a helicopter or enjoy a colorful light show as night falls. The CN Tower is one of Canada's most famous landmarks, standing 1,815 feet tall. Courageous visitors can experience walking on a 113-story transparent floor made of glass panels just 2.5 inches thick. The more daring visitors can climb up to the 146-story SkyPod Observation Deck for a panoramic view of the city. But the most engaging and unique experience is the EdgeWalk. Wear your protective gear and walk along the outer edge of the station, perfect for the adventurous traveler. Canada's Parliament Hill is not only the seat of government but also a cultural and community hub, providing a great venue for events of all kinds. For example, hundreds of people gather in front of the building every Wednesday at noon in the summer, they would bring yoga mats and yoga attire to experience a perfect blend of inner peace and city noises.

4.Average Income:

the average annual income of individuals
55,524 Canadian dollars
the average annual income of families
80,322 Canadian dollars
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