Toronto is famous for its mix of international residents and ethnic neighborhoods, all wrapped up in Canadian hospitality, including the impressive St. Lawrence food emporium (open since 1803), the nightlife of the Distillery Historic District, authentic Chinatown and nostalgic Little Italy. But none can top the action on Bloor Street, an expanding cultural scene that includes everything from a Baroque orchestra performing in an operating church to the unique Bata Shoe Museum and the Alliance Française de Toronto and its tempting French wine classes.

Twelve major arts and cultural organizations formed a partnership to showcase this unique neighborhood, the Bloor Street Culture Corridor. The street speaks to Toronto’s great diversity ... [continues]

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