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Toronto is actually way more fast-paced than L.A. - I find the fast-paced nature of Toronto a bit obtrusive. In L.A., I love getting up and going hiking and going to the beach - that's L.A. culture and it's awesome and I miss it. Toronto culture is wonderful, but I miss L.A.
I've lived in Forest Hill Village, Riverdale, Summerhill, The Annex and Cabbagetown. Finding the right neighbourhood fit in Toronto is only slightly less tricky than finding the right partner to share it with.
(Canada) - the most parochial nationette on earth ... I have been living in this sanctimonious icebox ... painting portraits of the opulent Methodists of Toronto. Methodism and money in this city have produced a sort of hell of dullness.
The single greatest moment of my life happened in Toronto, Canada!
I'm living in L.A. but my heart's in Vancouver.
I came from Winnipeg and a small-town background, and I wouldn't say a depressed area, but Winnipeg has never been a rich area like Toronto.
I don't even know what street Canada is on.
London, dirty little pool of life
The City that knows how.
outside the city. Fortunately for them,
There's something about Brooklyn that reminds me of Toronto. I think because it's so community-minded.
I'm being told it saves money to shoot in Toronto, because of tax benefits, the crews are cheaper, but what I save in the bottom line, I lose in a million other ways.
What part of Canada are you from, honey?"
"THE LEFT PART," said Jay.
I bought a house in LA, hanging out there and spending a lot of time in Toronto, but not much.
I worked in Toronto for two days. And by work I mean sit in a trailer for 15 hours, say two lines, and leave.
Let Toronto become Milan. Montreal will always be Rome.
For me personally to come back to Toronto, I lived here for three years. I always love coming back here.
Canada can be tough for urban music.
Kensington Market is a must visit place in Toronto.
I'll be vilified if I shoot a film in Toronto for New York. And rightfully so!
Right now a lot of people are still choosing to go to Toronto instead of shooting in New York City, something I haven't done and something I hope I'll never have to do.
New York City is my playground.
Toronto is exploding with cyclists, with more and more people wanting to cycle and being turned off driving because of the incredible congestion. Biking is a much more efficient way of getting around, and you get there faster.
My city too turnt up, Ill take a fine for that.
San Francisco, December 2011
I was born in the city of Brantford, Ontario, Canada - but by the time I'd left high school, I'd moved seven times with my family, my father's engineering work taking us to places as far-flung as Bay City, Texas, and Wolnae-Ri in South Korea.
Prince decided to move from Minneapolis to Toronto. Jimmy Jam told me that they were living there now.
I enjoy being in Toronto - there's lots of energy, lots of neat different neighbourhoods - but Vancouver is still home and always will be. I miss going for walks on the ocean with beautiful mountains.
I'm just this kid from Toronto who got his start.
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA REPUBLIC OF AMERICA
I grew up in the suburbs of Toronto, where everything was in a strip mall.
I was born in the Ottawa General Hospital right after the Gray Cup Football Game in 1939. Six months later, I was backpacked into the Quebec bush. I grew up in and out of the bush, in and out of Ottawa, Sault Ste. Marie and Toronto.
I travel the world, and I can see in Toronto the cooking is very personal. These people cook with their hearts.
Toronto's already ass-deep in cockroaches and conservatives; what's one more lower life-form?
Bagby Hot Springs.
Cleveland, city of light! City of magic!
Canada is a country of ingredients without a cuisine; we're a country with musicians without an indigenous instrument; Toronto's a city that doesn't even have a dish named after it.
The city is recruited from the country.
New York City. Once it got into your blood, you could never get it out again.
in Staten Island. It
Toronto may be the only city where novels are integral to high art, the alternative scene and mainstream culture all at the same time.
I came from Canada when I was about 10 years old, and our family settled in Cleveland, Ohio.
My apartment is the equivalent of one room in my Toronto home. Now I understand why New Yorkers are on the streets at all hours. People don't want to stay inside for fear they'll go crazy.
L.A. - talk about a cruel city: Patients are forcibly removed from hospitals.
New York - The city where the people from Oshkosh look at the people from Dubuque in the next theater seats and say These New Yorkers don't dress any better than we do.
Montreal's not a city. It's a Disney World for alcoholics.
In America there's lot of cool cities, but in Canada there's, like, well, Vancouver, Toronto and Halifax may be cool, but they're so expensive. Montreal is the only city that's affordable but also has buses and culture.
Detroit ... where 'mother' is half a word.
I don't think I was anything short of ecstatic when I found out 'It's Kind of a Funny Story' would be premiering in Toronto.
I grew up in Toronto and as long as I can remember, as long as there was cable, even those old cable boxes that were wired to the TV, there have been Bollywood movies on Toronto TV.
And when things are not going well in Toronto, you're going to hear about it. And you're going to say things are not good at all, where it's really not that bad.
We're half an hour from Toronto, which offers everything you could want from a city, and a couple of hours from beautiful vacation country. We have it all here, plus George W. Bush is not our president.
London, thou art the flower of cities all!
Canada, or as i call them, America Light.
Edmonton is Canada's answer to Omaha. Solid, unassuming, and surrounded by a whole lot of nothing. It's a place that makes you think of sensible shoes.
I got back from Toronto, where they had a severe outbreak of SARS- you know, Severe Asian Racism Syndrome.
I'm amazed every time I come back to Vancouver at how much it's changed. You go away for a month and there's three more skyscrapers.
It's tricky to be such an independent person, from Canada. It doesn't matter how incredible your work is, if you're an unknown person and you're from Toronto, people's eyes glaze over immediately as soon as you introduce yourself.
Where was this taken?" Jardin recovered enough to speak. "Near Lawrenceville.
I say it the way it is. I don't play around. That has been my success, in my opinion, for Mississauga.
Hollywood - an emotional Detroit.
Have you ever, on a cloudless night, looked down from a passing aircraft flying over Canada? Endless, glowing strings of cities, towns, and homesteads. Stretching on and on, one province to the next. With only the stars in the distance.
I live about four muggings from Central Park.
I grew up in the suburbs of Detroit.
L.A. I could live without.
London, how could one ever be tired of it?
If you're big in Montreal, you're big in Quebec. If you're big in Toronto, you're big in Canada. But if you're big in New York, you're big in the rest of the world.
I grew up in Vancouver, man. That's where more than half of my style comes from.
There are some hot girls in Vancouver.
I had to learn how to drive because I didn't drive in Toronto.
My favourite piece of architecture is the Royal Conservatory of Music on Bloor (273 Bloor Street West). When they cleaned up the old building a few years back, the stonework just knocked me out. It is a great melding of the Old Toronto and the new.
The cool, grey city of love.
I'm from Winnipeg, you idiot!
I always liked to go to Vancouver to shoot, because I think Vancouver's a beautiful city.
I live in San Francisco, I live in Provincetown. They're all the same, apart from Baltimore. Baltimore's the only cheap place left.
Detroit turned out to be heaven, but it also turned out to be hell.
Toronto will be the best Pan American Games ever. As PASO's President, I have said several times that I want to end my leading period with a legacy of the best Games ever; and I am sure we will do it in Toronto.
I love cities. New York, Montreal, London, Amsterdam, Tokyo, Hong Kong, Singapore, Sydney, Melbourne, Toronto, L.A ... but, I do choose to live in Vancouver. It's home.
Your ancestral homeland is Queens, fuckface.
I come from nowhere Brooklyn, New York. Williamsburg, Brooklyn. These days Williamsburg is kind of a hip area, but when I grew up there, the taxi drivers wouldn't even go over the bridge, it was so dangerous.
I'm very proud to be Canadian, but I would move to New York in a heartbeat.
I went to elementary school in Ottawa, and then to a private secondary school.
I was in Vancouver, and I was in what I was told was the poorest neighborhood in North America - which I find very hard to believe because has anyone here ever been to Detroit?
Nowhere on earth has more soul than Detroit.
Goldsboro, North Carolina.
Bellport. A podium.
London; a nation, not a city.
I spent my childhood in Newfoundland and then my junior high and high school years in Alberta, Canada.
Cities must be fun.
I live on the Jellicoe Road. Where trees make canopies over-head and where you can sit at the top of them and see forever.
I want to reward this city. Pittsburgh is a great hockey town.
My home is Montreal. I will stay in Montreal and continue to make movies in Montreal. But it's also very healthy for Canadian filmmakers to work outside the country. You learn so much.
I will forever and always identify with Scarborough - no matter where I move.
Thriving metropolis. Home to dozens.
D.C., Baltimore, Philadelphia, Austin ... and you. I'll be there soon.
What is the city but the people?
You guys have so much energy. I threw a party in Toronto and there were, like, 4,000 people who couldn't get in.
Philadelphia, wonderful town, spent a week there one night
A peregrine falcon," a passenger said, "lives at 2180 Yonge Street in Toronto, on the corner of Yonge and Eglinton. It sits high on the Canadian Tire building, hunts from there, brings prey, and in full view of everyone in the offices, tears it to pieces. Blood everywhere.