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Founder: The Queendom of York Landing

BoardActivity History Admin Rank

Greatest Rich-Poor Divides: 514th Most Pro-Market: 988th Most Extreme: 1,061st+3
Rudest Citizens: 1,394th Highest Crime Rates: 1,664th Most Extensive Civil Rights: 1,783rd
World Factbook Entry


    Place where trees stand in the water

    Capital City of the Canadian province of Ontario
    Ontario's and Canada's largest city.
    - Settled: 1750 (as Fort Rouille)
    - Established: 1793 (as York)
    - Incorporated: 1834 (as Toronto)
    - Amalgamated: 1953 (Metro Toronto)
    - Amalgamated: 1998 (as City of Toronto)
    4th largest city in North America
    Mayor: John Tory
    Area: 630.21 sq. km (City) 1,751.49 sq. km (Urban), 5,905.71 sq. km (Metro)
    Population: 2,615,060 (City 2011), 5,132,794 (Urban), 5,583,064 (Metro)

    Governor John Graves Simcoe established the town of York, naming it as the capital of Upper Canada in 1793.


Embassies: United Kingdom Of Great Britain, Ancient Lands, Pacific Union, Richard, Michigan, Missouri, South Dakota, Nebraska, Washington DC, Iowa, Kansas, United States of America, Georgia, Mississippi, North Dakota, Delaware, and 165 others.Arizona, Columbia, North Carolina, New Hampshire, Minnesota, Virginia, Illinois, Massachusetts, Utah, Idaho, Rhode Island, Colorado, Maryland, Washington, Nevada, Pennsylvania, New Mexico, South Carolina, Wyoming, Kentucky, New Brunswick, Yukon, Saskatchewan, Prince Edward Island, Crematorium, CIA, Tasmania, Australia Commonwealth, Australian Capital Territory, Queensland, Newfoundland and Labrador, Victoria, South Australia, Nunavut, Northwest Territories, Nova Scotia, Western Australia, British Columbia, Northern Territory, Brazzaville, Ecuador, Tuvalu, Botswana, Fiji, San Marino, Indonesia, Mozambique, Somalia, South China Sea, Vanuatu, Republic of Congo, Crimea, Senegal, Dominican Republic, Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Swaziland, Samoa, MI6, Monaco, Namibia, The Philippines, Mongolia, Stornoway, Liechtenstein, Ethiopia, Malawi, Trinidad and Tobago, The Gambia, Antigua and Barbuda, Cote d Ivoire, Laos, Kiribati, Comoros, Knights of the Round Table, Central African Republic, Kenya, Sakartvelo, Congo, Maldives, World, Tonga, Bosna i Hercegovina, Seychelles, Angola, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Uganda, Calgary, Republic of Russia, London, Algeria, Purgatory, Pitcairn Island, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Galapagos, Palau, Tanzania, Ottawa, Mackenzie, Sudan, Belize, Ceylon, Rio de Janeiro, Cape Verde, Solomon Islands, Dominica, Libertaria, Togo, Okanagan, Cote dIvoire, Barbados, Mauritius, Montserrat, Quito, Copenhagen, Benin, Beijing, Gloucestershire, Mexico City, United Arab Emirates, Vermont Republic, Zimbabwe, The Bar on the corner of every region, 0000, Jamaica, Burundi, Uzbekistan, Madagascar, Saint Lucia, Costa Rica, Brunei Darussalam, Kuwait, El Salvador, Cameroon, the Bahamas, Sao Tome e Principe, Timor Leste, Detroit, Montreal, Djibouti, Honduras, Qatar, Gabon, Guatemala, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Guinea Bissau, Sierra Leone, Rwanda, Lesotho, Yarnia, Morocco, Malaysia, Ghana, Seattle, New Montreal, Avadam Inn, Drummond Cockburn, Guinea, Brisbane, Turkiye, The Illuminati, Luxembourg, The Central Pacific, Bonn, Kingdom Of Austria, and Edinburgh.

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Toronto contains 7 nations, the 2,125th most in the world.

Today's World Census Report

The Highest Workforce Participation Rate in Toronto

World Census experts studied the ratings of daytime television chat shows to estimate the percentage of citizens who are employed.

As a region, Toronto is ranked 4,318th in the world for Highest Workforce Participation Rate.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Queendom of ThomavilleAnarchy“Mission Accomplished”
2.The Queen's State of CamomileAnarchy“Have a vision Be demanding”
3.The Queendom of York LandingAnarchy“Community”
4.The Queen's State of EtobicokeAnarchy“Growth Beyond Borders”
5.The Queen's State of DeputyCorporate Police State“State”
6.The Queen's State of Nathan CirilloNew York Times Democracy“Fallen Hero”
7.The Queen's State of CaaguazuCivil Rights Lovefest“Distrito del Caaguazu”

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