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Your Guide to Finding Toronto Apartments For Rent
Located on Lake Ontario with the largest and most diverse population of any Canadian city, Toronto, Ontario has a lot to offer residents of Toronto apartments. From water sports to the performing arts to fine dining, you'll have it all at your fingertips when you rent a Toronto apartment or house. If you're moving to Toronto, check out this guide for information about the city and finding a great Toronto apartment rental.

What to See and Do in Toronto
If you rent a Toronto apartment, you'll quickly realize that arts and culture are easy to find. You can catch performances by the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, The Canadian Stage Company, National Ballet of Canada, and the Canadian Opera Company at great venues like the Roy Thomson Hall, the Royal Alexandra Theatre, the Toronto Centre for the Arts, and many others. For art, check out the Art Gallery of Ontario. The Distillery District boasts a variety of shops and galleries for you to enjoy, as well. Additionally, the Toronto International Film Festival is an important part of Toronto culture. The Bata Shoe Museum, the Don Valley Brick Works, and the Royal Ontario Museum are just a few of the other cultural attractions you'll have at your doorstep when you rent a Toronto apartment, condo, townhouse or house.

Great Areas to Live in Toronto
Toronto neighborhoods are distinctive in both their populations and architecture, giving you lots of Toronto apartment options. Old Toronto, also known as Downtown, is a mix of commercial and historic buildings. This area includes historic upper-class neighborhoods in Rosedale, Lawrence Park, Moore Park, and Casa Loma. Also Downtown are lower income neighborhoods full of high-rise Toronto apartments for rent. These neighborhoods include Regent Park, Alexandra Park, and St. James Town. Check for Toronto apartment rentals in Leslieville, Riverdale, or Kensington Market if you want to be part of an artsy community. More high-rise Toronto apartment rentals and diverse populations can be found in Thorncliffe Park, Weston, and Crescent Town. Toronto also has a Little Italy, Little India, and two Chinatowns. Further east, you will find a quaint neighbourhood called "The Beaches". Situated in close proximity to the beach, this area offers many great Toronto apartments.
 
Other cities with apartments for rent in Ontario:

Acton  Ajax  Alliston  Angus 
Aurora  Baldwin  Balm Beach  Barrie 
Baysville  Beamsville  Belleville  Bobcaygeon 
Bolton  Bracebridge  Bradford  Brampton 
Brantford  Brockville  Burlington  Caledon 
Caledonia  Cambridge  Campbellville  Chatham 
Cobourg  Collingwood  Cornwall  Corunna 
Dundas  Dunnville  Dwight  East York 
Elliot Lake  Erin  Essa  Etobicoke 
Fergus  Fort Erie  Georgetown  Grand Valley 
Grimsby  Guelph  Hamilton  Hillsburgh 
Hull  Huntsville  Innisfil  Jarvis 
Kanata  Keswick  Kingston  Kitchener 
Lindsay  Listowel  London  Markham 
Meaford  Midland  Milton  Mississauga 
Mono  Montreal  Mount Albert  New Hamburg 
Newmarket  Niagara Falls  North Bay  North York 
Novar  Oakville  Orangeville  Orillia 
Oshawa  Ottawa  Owen Sound  Palgrave 
Paris  Parry Sound  Penetanguishene  Peterborough 
Pickering  Port Credit  Port Mcnicoll  Richmond Hill 
Rockwood  Sarnia  Sault Ste. Marie  Scarborough 
Shelburne  St. Agatha  St. Catharines  St. Clements 
Stayner  Stoney Creek  Stouffville  Stratford 
Sudbury  Thornhill  Thorold  Tillsonburg 
Toronto  Tottenham  Vaughan  Wallaceburg 
Wasaga Beach  Waterdown  Waterloo  Welland 
Weston  Whitby  Willowdale  Windsor 
Woodbridge  Woodstock  Wunnumin Lake 

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