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Making the move to a new city can be very nerve wrecking. The idea of having to start off fresh in an unknown environment may overwhelm you, especially when it comes to making new friends.

Toronto is the 4th largest city in North America, that means there are plenty of people for you to meet. The question is, how do you do it? For this article, we'll stay away from the bar/club scene and instead offer you a list of unique activities that will help you make friends when you're new to Toronto:

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If guilt-shaming doesn't already exist, it does now. POOF! As a Toronto woman, you should be ashamed of feeling guilty, especially about the following things...

This list is here to act as a free pass to NOT feel guilty, because you’re not alone. And last time I checked we do what we want anyway, amirite ladies?

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It doesn’t take an expert to tell you that Toronto is filled with history. The thing is, most of us don’t learn about a lot of the city’s history in school, and literally every single day, we pass by buildings and areas that we know nothing about. What is that fancy looking building on the corner over there? Where did Liberty Village get its name? What used to be in the famed flatiron building? Here are some of your questions answered about things you may pass by every day.

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