Population: 365,143

Living in Etobicoke, Canada:
Tips for Moving and Visiting

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If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Etobicoke, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked five people living in Etobicoke what someone who is considering moving to or visiting there should know. Here are their pros and cons, tips, and advice:

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Know Etobicoke is that it is a part of Toronto. It is also known for its lush landscape and touch of natural beauty. Etobicoke has numerous green spaces and many parks including Centennial Park. It is a very safe area Etobicoke is also along and near lake Ontario.

Etobicoke is part of the Greater Toronto Area. Many retirees and young families make up the demographics of this city. It’s incredible to see the smiling faces, community services, and overall cleanliness of the area. I recommend Etobicoke for any young family looking to settle in a safe, low crime neighborhood.

There are many cultures that reside together in harmony within my city. This symphony of different races makes for some great fusion cuisine and a very entertaining nightlife. The people here are friendly and for the most part crime is low. There are many parks that are walking distance and everything you could ned is at your fingertips.

Robert, says: 2020

It is important to have the presto card to move around the city if you are new and do not have a car. Presto card is a public transport card which works for every public transport in Ontario, be it Toronto, Etobicoke or Brampton. It can be loaded online or at local shops.

Mahafreen, says: 2020

Etobicoke is really peaceful. The overall population density is less so there is less to no traffic jams. My city is one of the best cities because it consists a lot aid parks and crimes rates are relatively less. The city mayor puts all his efforts in making the city beautiful.

Abshir, says: 2020

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