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Toronto City is home to a number of educational institutions, including the largest (University of Toronto) and third largest (York University) universities in Canada.

The City of Toronto has three major degree-granting universities with student populations of more than 20,000:
* University of Toronto, the largest and one of the oldest universities in Canada has its main campus in downtown Toronto (St. George Campus) and two satellite campuses at Scarborough and Mississauga. University of Toronto and York University together account for more than 60 percent of Ontario's public funding.
* York University, the third largest university in Canada, is another major research university with a strong reputation internationally. York has a student population of more than 50,000 students across two campuses. It houses Glendon College; University of Ottawa and Glendon are the two post-secondary educational institutions in the country where all students are taught in both English and French. Osgoode Hall Law School is a branch of York University and serves as the largest law faculty in Ontario.
* Ryerson University, which is located in downtown Toronto, has a student base of 20,000 full-time students, and 60,000 continuing education students.

Two degree-granting institutions with student populations under 20,000 are:
* Ontario College of Art and Design, a highly respected and fourth-largest art school in North America
* Tyndale University College and Seminary, began as a Bible college and seminary and was given university and degree granting status in 2003 by the Government of Ontario.

Colleges n Toronto City Canada
Toronto City has the principal campuses of four post-secondary Ontario college, as well as the campus of one other Ontario college, scattered across the city in 29 campuses:
* Centennial College
* George Brown College
* Seneca College
* Humber College
* Collège Boréal (francophone)

Recently, Toronto's community colleges have begun offering their own bachelor's degree programmes, as well as joint degree programmes with neighbouring universities.'
* University of Guelph-Humber is a University-College Partnership between University of Guelph and Humber College. Graduates receive a degree from Guelph as well as a diploma from Humber.

Museums at toronto

Visit to Toronto visit to Museums
Inuit art and culture
Canada’s only public museum south of the Arctic devoted exclusively to Inuit art and culture. Explore over 300 works of art, including sculpture in stone, antler, ivory and bone, innovative prints, drawings, ceramics and textile art from our permanent collection and on loan from first-class collections across Canada. Discover ancient Thule ivories, contemporary masterpieces, and more. Also see the Graphics Gallery, offering collector-quality artwork by contemporary Inuit artists. All profits from the sales of Inuit art at the galleries support programs at the Museum of Inuit Art. The Museum of Inuit Art is located inside the Queen’s Quay Terminal Building at Toronto Harbour front. Open daily from 10 AM to 6 PM (Closed Christmas Day, New Years and Good Friday; Call for extended summer hours).
207 Queen's Quay West Toronto
Phone: 416-640-1571
Fax: 416-644-1939

National Film Board of Canada, Mediatheque
The NFB Mediatheque is the ultimate window into Canadian culture in the heart of Toronto's entertainment district. Watch NFB films on state of the art personal viewing stations, buy or rent videos and DVD's, attend film screenings and master classes in the NFB cinema or participate in innovative workshops for kids and adults. Join us 7 days a week for non stop public programming.
150 John St., Toronto
Phone: 416-973-3012
Fax: 416-973-7459

Redpath Sugar Museum
Museum displays and education programs centred upon the history of sugar, The Redpath Sugar Company, antique and modern refining technologies and nutrition/health.

St. Lawrence Market Complex
In the centre of historic Old Town Toronto, close to the hub of today's downtown sits the St. Lawrence Market Complex - three buildings that have served as Toronto's social centre, City Hall and marketplace throughout the City's history. Explore the south market building with its restaurants, artisans and specialty food vendors offering visitors the unique and lively atmosphere of an authentic farmers market; the Market Galley with changing exhibits dedicated to Toronto's art, culture and history; and the Market Kitchen with cooking classes for all ages and abilities. In the north market building you'll find the farmers' market where farmers arrive every Saturday at dawn to sell their meat, cheese and produce, just as they have been for more than 200 years. The St. Lawrence Hall, which contains the magnificent Great Hall, continues to be Toronto's favourite site for social and business functions. Complete your visit with a walking tour of St. Lawrence Market Complex to hear about its
200-year history.
92 Front St. E., Toronto
Phone: 416-392-7219
Fax: 416-392-0120

MZTV Museum of Television
The MZTV Museum and Archive seeks to protect, preserve and promote the Receiving Instruments of Television History. The museum houses the world's most comprehensive collection of North American Television Receivers for the formative fifty-year period from the 1920's to the 1970's. Together with related original papers, discs, books, magazines, toys and other ephemera the collection offers some 10,000 objects to scholars and students as well as the general public.
550 Queen Street East Toronto
Phone: 416-599-7339
Fax: 416-599-3572

Spadina Museum: Historic House & Gardens
Spadina Museum chronicles four generations of the wealthy Austin family. Enjoy a guided tour highlighting the exquisite furniture and decors reflecting Toronto art scene of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Explore one of Toronto's finest, restored Victorian gardens and enjoy a guided tour.
285 Spadina Rd., Toronto
Phone: 416-392-6910
Fax: 416-392-0382

Royal Ontario Museum
No trip to Toronto is complete without a visit to the Royal Ontario Museum - Canada’s largest museum of world cultures and natural history located in the heart of downtown. Explore special exhibitions, permanent galleries of dinosaurs, ancient Egypt, Canada’s First Peoples, gems & minerals, dinosaurs and more, alongside world-class dining, shopping and breathtaking architecture. The ROM also offers special programs and events, educational activities and inspiring facilities for private functions.
100 Queen's Park, Toronto
Phone: 416-586-8000
Fax: 416-586-5504

Scarborough Historical Museum
Set along the walking trails of Thomson Memorial Park, the museum traces the story of this community's rural roots and two centuries of immigration. Witness the transition from early settler life to the exciting innovations of the early 20th century. Take advantage of the pay-as-you can weekend events throughout the summer.
Thomson Memorial Park Scarborough
Phone: 416-338-8807
Fax: 416-338-8805

York Museum
The museum collects and displays photographs and objects which represent the economic, political and social history of the former city of York from its early beginnings to the present day.

Toronto Reference Library
In Toronto's downtown core, Toronto Refernce Library houses the rare collections of Arthur Conan Doyle and Canadiana. It also provides high speed access to the Internet, email, research databases and other electronic resources. For more information on Toronto Public Library's 98 locations, please call Answerline at (416) 393-7131.
789 Yonge St., Toronto
Phone: 416-393-7131.

Toronto Police Museum and Discovery Centre
Whether you have only a few minutes or an hour or two, enjoy a delightful visit to the Toronto Police Museum and Discovery Centre. Occupying 3,000 square feet in the atrium at Police Headquarters building, the Museum reflects the rich tradition and history of policing in our great city. The museum is open Monday to Friday 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Donations are greatly appreciated. We kindly ask for a charitable donation of $1.00 per person. Gift shop regular hours: Monday to Friday 9:15 a.m. to 4:15 p.m.
40 College St. Toronto
Phone: 416-808-7020

Todmorden Mills Heritage Museum and Arts Centre
Set in the scenic Don River, Todmorden Mills explores the early days of industry in Toronto, its role in Toronto's development and the cultural impact of the city's growth on the natural environment. Visit this scenic Don River Valley location and also enjoy a stroll through the wildflower preserve.
67 Pottery Rd., Toronto
Phone: 416-396-2819
Fax: 416-396-2898

Textile Museum of Canada
The Textile Museum of Canada (TMC) is a non-profit institution with a collection that spans nearly 2,000 years. The Museum exhibits and conserves more than 11,000 works from 200 countries and regions. TMC’s collection celebrates cultural diversity and includes traditional fabrics, garments, carpets and related artifacts such as beadwork and basketry.
Textile Museum
55 Centre Ave., Toronto
Phone: 416-599-5321
Fax: 416-599-2911

Heritage & Museum

Historic Museums, City of Toronto
The Economic Development Division provides a variety of business services, including investment attraction, business expansion services, small business support services, export services and economic information. The Sectors and Strategic Partnership Unit works specifically with tourism industry partners to developed initiatives that will expand Toronto's tourism potential.
Phone: 416-338-0435

Black Creek Pioneer Village
Step into Canada's past and explore an authentically re-created 1860's Ontario country village. Enjoy more than 40 restored homes, trade shops, public and farm buildings, interpreters and artisans in period dress, special events, programs and demonstrations, country dining, unique shopping and village made crafts. Open daily, May 1 to Dec 31 (closed Dec.25 & 26) .

Canadian Air & Space Museum
The museum celebrates the aviation heritage of Toronto and the science and adventure of flight. Rare aircraft and artifacts are displayed in a the 1929 aircraft factory of de Havilland Canada Ltd. were some of Canada's most famous aircraft and first satellite were built. Exhibit highlights include a 1943 DH 82C Tiger Moth trainer, a 1944 Avro Lancaster bomber under restoration, and a full-scale replica of the famous Avro CF-105 Arrow supersonic interceptor built in Toronto in 1958 and abruptly cancelled and scrapped in 1959.
Parc Downsview Park, Toronto
Phone: 416-638-6078
Fax: 416-638-5509
Casa Loma
Former estate of Canadian financier, Sir Henry Pellatt. Edwardian Castle complete with decorated suites, towers, 800-foot tunnel and stables. Open daily for tours. Gardens open May-October. Cafe, gift shop, parking and group packages available. Castle may be rented for private functions, meetings, media and film shoots.
1 Austin Terrace, Toronto
Phone: 416-923-1171
Fax: 416-923-5734
Colborne Lodge
This rare Regency picturesque cottage is a graceful monument to John and Jemima Howard, the couple who founded High Park. Built in 1837, it contains many original furnishings, artifacts, and artwork. The extensive ornamental and kitchen gardens are now being restored.
Colborne Lodge Drive, High Park Toronto
Phone: 416-392-6916
Fax: 416-392-0375
Design Exchange
The Design Exchange is Canada's national design museum. Housed in the original historic Toronto Stock Exchange building, visitors will find a selection from the permanent collection of post-modern Canadian industrial design on display along with exhibits ranging across all design disciplines. Visit their website for current programs.
234 Bay St., Toronto
Phone: 416-363-6121
Fax: 416-368-0684.
Fort York National Historic Site
Visit the site of the 1813 Battle of York and the birthplace of modern Toronto. Fort York is home to Canada's largest collection of original War of 1812 buildings which now house exhibits and restored period room settings. This National Historic site is open year-round and offers seasonal guided tours, musket, drill and music demonstrations.
100 Garrison Rd., Toronto
Phone: 416-392-6907 - Fax: 416-392-6917

Gardiner Museum
Take an intimate look at one of the world’s oldest forms of art and material culture – ceramics. The Museum’s collection spans continents and time, giving a glimpse into the development of ceramic process, decoration and form. Winner of multiple architectural awards, the Museum houses "Toronto’s Best Gift Shop" (Vogue), and cafe by celebrity chef Jamie Kennedy. Open Daily.
111 Queen's Park, Toronto
Phone: 416-586-8080
Fax: 416-586-8085

Gibson House Museum
Visit this elegant farmhouse built by the Gibson family in 1851 and discover the dramatic part members of the Gibson family played in Ontario's history. Activities include guided explorations of the museum, hands-on programs, hearth-cooking classes, birthday parties and holiday celebrations.
5172 Yonge St., Toronto
Phone: 416-395-7432
Fax: 416-395-7442

Mackenzie House Museum
Situated in downtown Toronto, Mackenzie House is a Greek Revival row-house, which was purchased by the community for William Lyon Mackenzie, Toronto's first mayor, and outspoken newspaper editor and leader of the 1837 Upper Canada Rebellion. Explore the museum, the recreated printshop and gallery featuring changing exhibitions.
82 Bond St., Toronto
Phone: 416-392-6915
Fax: 416-392-0114

Markham Museum
Markham Museum provides informative displays depicting the 19th & early 20th century in Markham. In addition special events, programs and tours are organized in a true family/educational outing.
9350 Hwy. 48 Markham
Phone: 905-294-4576
Fax: 905-294-4590

McMichael Canadian Art Collection
The essence of Canada minutes from Toronto! Group of Seven, Inuit and First Nations art in a beautiful natural setting. Also offering special exhibitions, adult and family programs and gift shop.
10365 Islington Ave., Kleinburg
Phone: 905-893-1121,
Fax: 905-893-0692

The world's one and only. Voted “Toronto's Top Appeal Attraction” by Zagat Survey. Experience the game that defines Canada and a sport that has been adopted by over 80 countries. Home of the Stanley Cup, the Hockey Hall of Fame has something for everyone: state-of-the-art games, interactive exhibits, larger-than-life statues, replica dressing room and rink zone, theatres, extraordinary gift shop, and hockey's most precious artifacts. Experience the Hockey Hall of Fame's newest exhibit honouring 100 seasons of Montreal Canadiens hockey. The Montreal Canadiens Centennial Exhibit will be on display for a limited time and features elaborate showcases, multi-media displays and a specially-designed replica Canadiens dressing room.
30 Yonge St., Toronto
Phone: 416-360-7765
Fax: 416-360-1501

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