. . In 2017 it was reported that the TDSB was ending the use of the word "chief" in job titles out of respect for Indigenous communities the decision was inspired by the final report of Canada's Truth and Reconciliation Commission though the final report "did not explicitly call for the removal of titles such as chief from non-Indigenous applications". Marcus Gee commented in the Globe and Mail: "The idea was so ridiculous that it had to be in jest.. it does nothing for the Indigenous community it does nothing for the cause of Indigenous rights in fact by making something out of nothing it discredits that cause tainting it with the scent of wild-eyed zealotry.". English and French displayed on a gantry sign Communities with sizeable Francophone populations are able to receive provincial services in French The principal language of Ontario is English the province's de facto official language, which is spoken natively by about 70 per cent of the province's population according to the 2011 census There is also a French-speaking population concentrated in the northeastern eastern and extreme Southern parts of the province where under the French Language Services Act, provincial government services are required to be available in French if at least 10 per cent of a designated area's population report French as their native language or if an urban centre has at least 5,000 francophones Roughly 4 per cent of Ontarians speak French as their mother tongue and 11 per cent are bilingual speaking both English and French according to the 2011 census Other languages spoken by residents include Arabic Bengali Cantonese Dutch German Greek Gujarati Hindi Italian Korean Malayalam Mandarin Persian Polish Portuguese Punjabi Russian Sinhalese Somali Spanish Tagalog Tamil Tibetan Ukrainian Urdu and Vietnamese Economy, De La Salle College, The Royal Alexandra Theatre was completed in 1909 and is an example of Beaux-Arts style of architecture common for theatres in early 20th century British Empire The city hosts a number of music theatres and venues most notably Roy Thomson Hall Designed by Canadian architects Arthur Erickson and Mathers and Haldenby the 2630-seat Roy Thomson Hall opened in 1982 as the primary home of the Toronto Symphony Orchestra the previous home of the Toronto Symphony Orchestra Massey Hall is the oldest musical theatre venue in Toronto and remains in operation today in June 2006 the Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts opened as the new home of the Canadian Opera Company and the National Ballet of Canada Designed by Diamond + Schmitt the 2,000 seat opera house has a European-style tiered horseshoe-shaped auditorium It is the first structure in Canada specifically designed to house both opera and ballet with customized acoustics. Other musical theatres in Toronto include the Danforth Music Hall the Opera House and the Molson Canadian Amphitheatre The city also holds a number of live performance theatres including the Royal Alexandra Theatre the oldest live performance theatre in North America the Royal Alexandra's design was inspired by turn-of-the-century beaux-arts architectural styles typical of British theatres Other notable live performance venues include Elgin and Winter Garden Theatres Ed Mirvish Theatre Bathurst Street Theatre CAA Theatre Princess of Wales Theatre and the Sony Centre for the Performing Arts Sports venues. ! . 8.2 Census metropolitan areas Conservative Seats: - 6 8 13 32 9 Extended Simcoe (Simcoe County Barrie and Orillia) 479,650 71 2415.
2.1 Academic buildings First Nations School of Performance UNDP's offices and staff are on the ground in 170 countries and territories working with governments and local communities to help them find solutions to global and national development challenges UNDP links and coordinates global and national efforts to achieve the goals and national development priorities laid out by host countries UNDP focuses primarily on five developmental challenges:. . ! Bishop Strachan the acknowledged Anglican leader of the Family Compact Bishop John Strachan, The Toronto Pearson International Airport in Mississauga is the GTA's primary airport and ranks among the world's busiest airports The main airport serving the GTA is Toronto Pearson International Airport in Mississauga which is Canada's largest and busiest airport it processed over 47 million passengers in 2017 and nearly 50 million passengers in 2018. Toronto Pearson International Airport is operated by the Greater Toronto Airports Authority (GTAA) and could potentially be asked to help observe in the operations of the other airports in the area but has yet to be asked to do so. John C Munro Hamilton International Airport in nearby Hamilton also handles international flights handles some discount flights and charters and acts as an alternate to Pearson the Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport on the Toronto Islands near downtown is used for civil aviation air ambulance traffic and regional scheduled airlines (it handled nearly two million passengers in 2012). YTO is a multiple airport code for Pearson Billy Bishop and Buttonville Municipal Airport (in Markham) There are also a number of smaller airports scattered throughout the GTA The Greater Toronto Airport Authority has also placed a tentative proposal to develop a new airport in Pickering (which also extends over into Markham and Uxbridge). As the GTAA predicts Toronto Pearson would be unable to be the sole provider for the bulk of Toronto's commercial air traffic in the next 20 years from the report's publication in 2004 (i.e in 2024) they believe a new airport in Pickering would address the need for a regional/reliever airport east of Toronto Pearson as well as complement the airport in Hamilton Ontario the GTAA also stated the new airport would create more opportunities for economic development in the eastern region of the Greater Toronto Area Communication. ! . Abdoulaye Mar Dieye (Senegal) for Bureau for Programme and Policy Support; Webster South Asian 1,068,520 11.8% N 2011 20,267 1 Team history Further information: List of Toronto FC records and statistics. The Inclusive Design Institute (IDI) directed by Jutta Treviranus and funded by the Canada Foundation for Innovation and the Ontario Ministry of Research and Innovation, is a regional research network for inclusive design founded in 2008 and officially launched on 24 May 2012, with the aim to "address the challenge of designing our information and communication systems (ICT) so that they work for all potential users including users with disabilities varying language needs and diverse cultural preferences"; it consists of eight core postsecondary partners (OCAD University University of Toronto Ryerson University York University University of Ontario Institute of Technology Sheridan College George Brown College and Seneca College) and over 100 collaborating organizations Commercialization of research is supported by two incubators:.
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