. . . Main article: Economy of Toronto Toronto FC's initial seasons saw TFC fans set the standard for MLS fan support, selling out its first three seasons Referred to as the model franchise off the field by MLS commissioner Don Garber the team was credited for starting "MLS 2.0" for their embrace of supporters' culture. Lack of on-field success caused frustration among the fanbase spurring fan protests against ownership in response MLSE acknowledged the lack of quality on the on-field product lowering ticket prices in 2013 to 2007 levels. Following a resurgence of interest in the team due to the major signings of Jermain Defoe and Michael Bradley the team capped season tickets at 17,000 for the 2014 season Toronto FC's recognized supporters' groups are the Red Patch Boys U-Sector Kings in the North Tribal Rhythm Nation and Original 109 on August 23 2018 Toronto FC permanently terminated Inebriatti's supporter status for a fire they started at TD Place Stadium in Ottawa during their match-up with Toronto FC in the Canadian Championship earlier that year on July 18 Mascot. 12 External links Seneca College (King Markham Newmarket Toronto) Power generation/renewable sources 42.8 44.4 60.3 101.0 125.2 373.7.
O 11 Facilities Big Island 10 External links No religion Toronto Ontario Canada Business directory Line 5 Eglinton The first administrator of the UNDP was Paul G Hoffman former head of the Economic Cooperation Administration which administered the Marshall Plan Other holders of the position have included: Bradford Morse former Republican congressman from Massachusetts; William Draper venture capitalist and friend of George H.W Bush who saw one of the UN system's major achievements the Human Development Report introduced during his tenure; Mark Malloch Brown who was previously Vice President of External Affairs at the World Bank and subsequently became UN Deputy Secretary General Kemal Dervis a former finance minister of Turkey and senior World Bank official was the previous UNDP Administrator Dervis started his four-year term on 15 August 2005 Crime in Toronto has been relatively low in comparison to other major cities in 2017 a ranking of 60 cities by the Economist ranked Toronto as the fourth safest major city in the world and the safest major city in North America a CEOWORLD magazine ranked Toronto as the 95th safest cities in the world for 2018 running behind several other major cities like Tokyo Osaka Singapore Hong Kong and Taipei but ahead of any other city in North America For comparisons to various cities in North America in 2012 for example the homicide rate for the city of Toronto was 2.0 per 100,000 people, yet for Atlanta (19.0) Chicago (18.5) Boston (9.0) San Francisco (8.6) New York City (5.1) and San Jose (4.6) it was higher while it was significantly lower in Vancouver (1.2) in 2007 Toronto's robbery rate also ranked low with 207.1 robberies per 100,000 people compared to Detroit (675.1) Chicago (588.6) Los Angeles (348.5) Vancouver (266.2) New York City (265.9) Montreal (235.3) San Diego (158.8) and Portland (150.5) However in 2018 Toronto had the highest homicide rate among major Canadian cities. Toronto's homicide in 2018 was a record high at a rate was 3.11 per 100,000 people higher than the 3.05 per 100,000 people for that of New York City the number of homicides that year broke the homicide record that was set 27 years prior Contents; Main article: Presbyterian Church in Canada, Durham College (Brock Cobourg Port Hope Scugog Oshawa Uxbridge) Main article: Canada Company Main article: Demographics of New Brunswick! 1.1 Before 1800 1828 186,488 +5.3% 1831 236,702 +11.0% Toronto is also home to a number of private/independent elementary secondary and university-preparatory schools including:.