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bluesky   
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Post ID: #PID Posted on: 21-07-08 12:27:07

Dear All

My friend and I, are moving from Montreal to Toronto in the last week of August. We both have masters degree from Concordia University and the main reason we are moving is because of the difficulty in finding a job in Montreal (due to the french issue). It would be very helpful if you could kindly give us advice on the following:

Accomodation (whether to live in downtown or GTA): Downtown is ofcourse more expensive but is it feasible to travel from Mississauga/Markham to downtown everyday. How about the TTC or GO Transit bus fare?

Thanks and Regards



spaceman   
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Post ID: #PID Posted on: 22-07-08 13:41:23

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Originally posted by bluesky

Dear All

My friend and I, are moving from Montreal to Toronto in the last week of August. We both have masters degree from Concordia University and the main reason we are moving is because of the difficulty in finding a job in Montreal (due to the french issue). It would be very helpful if you could kindly give us advice on the following:

Accomodation (whether to live in downtown or GTA): Downtown is ofcourse more expensive but is it feasible to travel from Mississauga/Markham to downtown everyday. How about the TTC or GO Transit bus fare?

Thanks and Regards



I guess this might have been posted in the threads already.

Downtown will obviously be costlier than Mississauga. It surely is feasible to go to downtown from Mississauga. Subway is very well connected and public transportation is not bad in terms of commuting. Go Trains/Buses are also an option. For fares go to the following. http://www.ttc.ca" rel="nofollow">LINK and http://www.gotransit.com." rel="nofollow">LINK You will find all the information there. Have you considered Brampton to live. It might be cheaper there too.



Mathu Heiden   
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Post ID: #PID Posted on: 09-04-14 11:30:20

I recently moved to Toronto - it’s a great city, there are some super nice neighborhoods to check out.
In Toronto "Regent Park" is now a residential neighborhood that is Canada’s largest social housing project. Although it is a low-income area, that does not mean Regent Park has a low quality of community. The Regent Park Community Health Centre reaches out to residents and provides youth programs, immigrant adjustment assistance, and social support groups. You can see more safty neighbourhoods area from navut.com. Just safe time and money..


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