Ontario (English, French: Ontario), abbreviated as ON, is located in the eastern part of Canada, covering an area of about one million square kilometers. Ontario is Canada's most populous province, with an estimated population of 13.79 million, according to 2015 statistics.
Living Environment in Ontario
Climate: Southern Ontario has a humid continental climate with cold winters and hot, humid summers. The north has a subarctic climate. The huge water bodies in the north and south regulate the climate, so the temperature in winter and summer is not too low or too high, the autumn freeze comes late, and the temperature difference between day and night is relatively small. The coldest month of the year is January and the warmest month is July. The average temperature in January is -13℃ in the Eastern Ottawa River Basin.
Ease of living: As of 2015, Ontario has 50 county-level districts. These districts can be divided into three categories: single level, high level and district. Among them, high-level autonomous regions can be further subdivided into counties and regional autonomous bodies. A single-tier subborough is a municipality directly under the province of Ontario, equivalent to an independent city. Among them, the major cities of Ontario are Ottawa, Waterloo, Windsor, Hamilton, etc., and the provincial capital is Toronto.
The large number of immigrants from all over the world, especially to the Greater Toronto area, have made the province more culturally diverse. About five percent of the population of Ontario speaks French.
Ontario is a large province composed of immigrants. As of July 1, 2010, Ontario had a population of 13.211,000, accounting for 38.7% of the total population of Canada, ranking first. About 65% of them are Of British descent, 5% are of French descent, and the Chinese population is about 600,000. Ontario is ethnically diverse, with north American Indians as its aboriginal peoples. As of 2015, there were about 190,000 Aboriginal people in Ontario, accounting for 1.5% of the province's population and about one-fifth of all Aboriginal people in Canada.
Education resources: Ontario has more universities than any other province in Canada, and its economy is thriving. For example, the University of Toronto (2ND), Queen's University (also known as Queen's University) and McMaster University (6th) are ranked in 2017.
Tourism and leisure: Toronto, located in the northwest of Lake Ontario, is the capital of Ontario and the largest city in Canada. It is also an international metropolis of finance and industry. It consists of 5 cities and 1 municipality. "Toronto" means "place where people gather" in Indian. Ottawa has many museums. The most famous part of the Royal Ontario Museum is the collection of ancient China and Egypt; The CN Tower in Toronto is the third tallest building in the world, offering panoramic views of Lake Ontario and Toronto in just 58 seconds. Shopping, Toronto has large department stores such as Eaton department Store and Simpson's.