When it comes to Toronto's COVID-19 cases, it's clear that the city is affected differently than other parts of the nation.
Currently, the 6ix has over 27,000 cases and is one of Ontario's hotspots.
In fact, a Toronto neighbourhood has reported more positive cases of the disease than three provinces combined.
Mount Olive-Silverstone-Jamestown, a neighbourhood located in the 6ix, has reported 791 cases, as of October 25.
The high number is more than Newfoundland and Labrador, New Brunswick, and Prince Edward Island's cases combined.
As of October 26, the three spots have 686 cases total.
While Toronto may be reporting high numbers, it's not the worst spot in Canada.
Montreal currently has 41,395 cases of the disease, with over 100,000 provincewide.