Ask anyone around — Toronto is a great city with unmatched energy.
That's why it was just ranked among the best cities in the world, beating out Las Vegas, Milan, San Francisco, and Berlin.
The 6ix landed in 13th place on the 2021 World's Best Cities report.
Best Cities cites several factors that made Toronto rise to the top.
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Economic growth, fueled by immigration and global investment, have Canada’s largest city poised for big things.
According to Best Cities, this ranking is the highest ever for Toronto in their lists.
And while it landed 13th overall, it came in third under the company's People section, just behind Dubai and Abu Dhabi.
The reason for that? "Diversity and education," says the report.
To top it off, the ranking highlighted the 2019 Raptors Championship as a moment of pride for the city.
"Of course, winning the first NBA title outside of the U.S. in history doesn’t hurt the local pride, either."
Perhaps "Downtown Canada" is finally getting the recognition it deserves!