Largest City: Toronto
Ontario’s Climate varies greatly across the province, while Toronto typically experiences hot summers and cold winters, with mild rainfall throughout the year.
Major Industries: renewable energy, manufacturing, tourism, mining, forestry
Why Ontario? Canada’s largest province by population and home to the bustling, global city of Toronto, Ontario enjoys both stunning natural landscapes and booming economic centers. Dotted with lakes and streaked with rivers, the province also boasts the famous Niagara Falls. Canada’s capital city, Ottawa, is situated in the eastern part of the province and is considered to be the country’s most educated city.
Studying in Ontario: With 20 public universities, 24 colleges, and more than 400 private career colleges, international students coming to Ontario to study will be hard-pressed to find a program that is not offered. Scholarship opportunities for foreign students are generous, such as the Ontario Trillium Scholarship, which grants outstanding doctoral students from around the world CAD $40,000 per year for up to four years.
Learn more: http://www.tcu.gov.on.ca/eng/