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The most populous province with highest population density and the second largest in size, Ontario is a province located in east-central Canada with its capital at Toronto. Toronto is not only the provincial capital but also Canada’s largest city and a major global financial hub. It is also home to the nation’s capital city Ottawa. Ontario is also the nation’s wealthiest province with its mature and diversified industrial economy, having a substantial share of the country’s natural resources. 

Ontario's greater majority of population lives in the southern part and highly depended on agriculture and manufacturing. Ontario is home to people from diverse cultural backgrounds, making it a vibrant and inclusive province that is the prime destination for immigrants, attracting people from various countries and cultural backgrounds. Nevertheless Ontario is also famous for its stunning natural landscapes, including the Great Lakes, national parks, and the iconic Niagara Falls. Ontario's educational institutions are highly regarded and higher in demand in the international education market, contributing to a well-educated workforce for the whole country. The province's rich cultural diversity, strong economy, and beautiful landscapes make it a compelling destination.

  • Capital : Toronto 
  • Largest City: Toronto 
  • Largest Metro: Greater Toronto Area 
  • Total Area: 1,076,395 km2 (415,598 sq mi) 
  • Official Language: English 
  • Time Zones
             East of 90th meridian west - UTC-5.00 (EST) 
             Summer (DST) - UTC-4.00 (EDT) 
             West of 90th meridian west except Atikokan and Pickle Lake - 
             UTC-6.00 (CST)   Summer (DST) - UTC- 5.00 (EDT) 
             Atikokan and Pickle Lake (No DST) - UTC- 5.00 (EST)
  •  Emergency Number:  Local Police of Ontario: 911
             Canadian Coast Guard: 1800 265 0237
  • Did you know?
                Flower: White trillium 
                Tree: Eastern White Pine 
                Bird: Common Loon


There are many ways to travel into and around Ontario, including by air, train, bus, car and ferry.The province of Ontario has several transit systems. Few are named below: 

1. The Toronto Transit Commission(TTC)
Presto Cards:Presto cards are a contactless automated fare collection system used to access the public transportation network in the Greater Toronto Area.

2. GO Transit 

3. Other popular Transportation Services 

Bike Share Toronto, whose bicycles are available to rent at kiosks across Toronto
MiWay, Mississauga’s public transportation system 
  •  Brampton Transit, for public transportation in Brampton 
  • Metrolinx transportation services, which provides integrated public transportation in the Greater Toronto Area and Hamilton Area
  • OC Transpo, for public transit services around the city 
  • Bird Canada,?Lime?and?Neuron, for e-scooter rentals in Ottawa 
  • Niagara Falls bus routes 
  •  Hamilton public transit system 
  • London Transit Commission 
  • Grand River Transit in Kitchener-Waterloo 
  • Kingston Transit 
  • Transit Windsor 
  • Barrie Transit 
  • Peterborough Transit 
  •  Huntsville Transit 
  • North Bay Transit 
  • Greater Sudbury Transit
  • Sault Ste. Marie Transit 
  • Thunder Bay Transit 
  • Ontario Northland, with routes from Toronto to Central and Northern Ontario 
  • Coach Canada, who provide travel between many Ontario cities including Beamsville, Cambridge, Hamilton and Toronto and from Windsor to Montreal along Highway 401 
  • Parkbus, with routes between?Toronto and?Ottawa and various provincial and national parks 
  • Megabus, with routes between various Ontario cities, including Kingston, London, Niagara Falls, Ottawa, Toronto and Cornwall 
  •  Flixbus, which features connections between Toronto and Ottawa, and Toronto and Waterloo with stops in Mississauga, Kitchener and Guelph 

Air travel

International airports

  •  Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ), Toronto 
  • Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport (YTZ), Toronto 
  • Ottawa International Airport (YOW), Ottawa 
  • John C. Munro International Airport (YHM), Hamilton 
  • London International Airport (YXU), London 
  • Region of Waterloo International Airport (YKF), Waterloo 
  • Windsor International Airport (YQG), Windsor 

Domestic airports

  • Thunder Bay Airport (YQT), Thunder Bay 
  • Sault Ste. Marie Airport (YAM), Sault Ste. Marie 
  • Greater Sudbury Airport (YSB), Sudbury 
  • Jack Garland Airport (YYB), North Bay 
  • Victor M. Power Airport (YTS), Timmins 
  • Norman Rogers Airport (YGK), Kingston 
  • Chris Hadfield Airport (YZR), Sarnia 
  • Kenora Airport (YQK), Kenora 
  • Muskoka Airport (YQA), Muskoka 

Train travel 

  • VIA Rail Canada, which offers passenger service in the Greater Toronto Area, Ottawa, Niagara Falls, Southwestern Ontario and Northern Ontario, with express service available between larger communities on most routes; learn more about services for?passengers with special needs 
  • Union Pearson Express, an innovative air-rail link connecting the country’s two busiest transportation hubs—Toronto Pearson International Airport and Union Station in downtown Toronto 
  • GO Transit, a regional public transit service for the Greater Toronto, Hamilton and Niagara areas; the Niagara Parks Travel Package covers a round-trip GO Transit fare plus a connecting two-day WEGO bus ticket 

Ferry travel

  • MS Chi-Cheemaun, which runs between Tobermory and South Baymouth on Manitoulin Island 
  • Glenora Ferry, which connects Glenora and Adolphustown in Eastern Ontario 
  • Pelee Island Ferries, which run between Leamington or Kingsville and Pelee Island in Southern Ontario 
  • Toronto Island Ferry, which departs from the downtown Toronto docks and services the Toronto Islands 
  • Wolfe Island Ferry, which connects Kingston and Wolfe Island in Eastern Ontario

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