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Donatello Restaurant

37 Elm Street, Toronto M5G 1H1, Ontario, Toronto Division, Canada

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Hidden among the romantic street lights of ELM street, just off the rush of Yonge and Dundas is a quaint Italian restaurant, Donatello. A family run establishment with an intense focus on providing a high quality fine dining experience.
Establishment year:
1997
Employees:
10
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37 Elm Street, Toronto M5G 1H1, Ontario, Toronto Division, Canada
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According to the United Nations Development Programme Toronto has the second-highest percentage of constant foreign-born population among world cities after Miami Florida While Miami's foreign-born population has traditionally consisted primarily of Cubans and other Latin Americans no single nationality or culture dominates Toronto's immigrant population placing it among the most diverse cities in the world in 2010 it was estimated over 100,000 immigrants arrive in the Greater Toronto Area each year Ethnicity, Four Seasons does not own any of its properties; it operates them on behalf of real estate owners and developers the contracts between Four Seasons and property owners typically permit the company to participate in the design of the property and run it with nearly total control over every aspect of the operation Four Seasons generally earns three percent of the gross income and about five percent of profits from the properties it operates and the property owners are required to additionally contribute money for chain-wide sales marketing and reservations systems Four Seasons hotels have larger staffs than competing chains and the company maintains separate reserve accounts for each hotel to cover upkeep costs Profit margins are relatively low but the brand attracts developers through the hotels' reputation as solid assets for loan collateral or resale. Four Seasons also produces a complimentary magazine for guests that is supported by advertising revenue Four Seasons has a fractional ownership division Four Seasons Residence Clubs Residential rentals. Hamilton in 50 years will be the forward cleat in a "golden horseshoe" of industrial development from Oshawa to the Niagara River . 150 miles [240 km] long and 50 miles [80 km] wide .. it will run from Niagara Falls on the south to about Oshawa on the north and take in numerous cities and towns already there including Hamilton and Toronto The speech writer who actually penned the phrase was Charles Hunter MacBain executive assistant to five Westinghouse presidents including Rogge Definition. Shelley Niro - painter installation artist filmmaker Toronto has a diverse array of public spaces from city squares to public parks overlooking ravines Nathan Phillips Square is the city's main square in downtown and forms the entrance to City Hall Yonge-Dundas Square near City Hall has also gained attention in recent years as one of the busiest gathering spots in the city Other squares include Harbourfront Square on the Toronto waterfront and the civic squares at the former city halls of the defunct Metropolitan Toronto most notably Mel Lastman Square in North York the Toronto Public Space Committee is an advocacy group concerned with the city's public spaces in recent years Nathan Phillips Square has been refurbished with new facilities and the central waterfront along Queen's Quay West has been updated recently with a new street architecture and a new square next to Harbourfront Centre In the winter Nathan Phillips Square Harbourfront Centre and Mel Lastman Square feature popular rinks for public ice-skating Etobicoke's Colonel Sam Smith Trail opened in 2011 and is Toronto's first skating trail Centennial Park and Earl Bales Park offer outdoor skiing and snowboarding slopes with a chairlift rental facilities and lessons Several parks have marked cross-country skiing trails There are many large downtown parks which include Allan Gardens Christie Pits Grange Park Little Norway Park Moss Park Queen's Park Riverdale Park and Trinity Bellwoods Park An almost hidden park is the compact Cloud Gardens, which has both open areas and a glassed-in greenhouse near Queen and Yonge South of downtown are two large parks on the waterfront: Tommy Thompson Park on the Leslie Street Spit which has a nature preserve is open on weekends; and the Toronto Islands accessible from downtown by ferry Rouge National Urban Park is a national park in the eastern portion of the city Large parks in the outer areas managed by the city include High Park Humber Bay Park Centennial Park Downsview Park Guild Park and Gardens and Morningside Park Toronto also operates several public golf courses Most ravine lands and river bank floodplains in Toronto are public parklands After Hurricane Hazel in 1954 construction of buildings on floodplains was outlawed and private lands were bought for conservation in 1999 Downsview Park a former military base in North York initiated an international design competition to realize its vision of creating Canada's first urban park the winner "Tree City" was announced in May 2000 Approximately 8,000 hectares (20,000 acres) or 12.5 percent of Toronto's land base is maintained parkland. Morningside Park is the largest park managed by the city which is 241.46 hectares (596.7 acres) in size In addition to public parks managed by the municipal government parts of Rouge National Urban Park the largest urban park in North America is in the eastern portion of Toronto Managed by Parks Canada the national park is centred around the Rouge River and encompasses several municipalities in the Greater Toronto Area Culture. . Airport rail link Semifinals Mexico Santos Laguna Main article: Battle of Ontario. .

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