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The Golden Horseshoe is home to several universities including the University of Toronto and McMaster University in Hamilton which are ranked 1st and 4th in Canada respectively by the Academic Ranking of World Universities Other universities in the region include Brock University in St Catherines Trent University York University OCAD University University of Ontario Institute of Technology and Ryerson University Public primary and secondary schooling is typically provided by school boards largely organized at the municipal or county/regional level the only school board that operates throughout the Golden Horseshoe is Conseil scolaire Viamonde a public French-language school board and Conseil scolaire catholique MonAvenir a public French-language separate school board Attractions. . . City Solicitor Toronto Ontario Canada Business directory 2.1 Ancient Toronto 3.4 Canada West Sikh History 6.2 TFC Academy Toronto Rock NLL Box lacrosse Scotiabank Arena 1998 6 (last in 2011). ! ! "The TDSB will not be allowed to hire outside workers for some jobs." the school board won't be allowed to hire outside workers even if it would cost taxpayers less "The trades council is still allowed to choose all new workers for the publicly funded school board." the Toronto District School Board who pays the workers doesn't have a say on who is hired A structured shift system will be preserved where the morning and afternoon shifts overlaps. This requires the school board to maintain extra trucks and vehicles the school board has estimated "it could have sold off up to 300 trucks and other vehicles that would not be needed if the afternoon shift started when the morning shift ended.", Core Toronto 2,731,571 Canadian Alliance Seats: 0 - - - - -, Some municipalities considered part of the GTA are not within the Toronto Census Metropolitan Area (CMA) whose land area (5,904 km2 in 2006) and population (5,928,040 as of the 2016 census) is thus smaller than the land area and population of the GTA planning area for example Oshawa is the centre of its own CMA yet deemed part of the Greater Toronto Area while other municipalities such as New Tecumseth in southern Simcoe County and Mono Township in Dufferin County are included in the Toronto CMA but not in the GTA. These different border configurations result in the GTA's population being higher than the Toronto CMA by nearly one-half million people often leading to confusion amongst people when trying to sort out Toronto's urban population Other nearby urban areas such as Hamilton Barrie or St Catharines-Niagara and Kitchener-Waterloo are not part of the GTA or the Toronto CMA but form their own CMAs near the GTA. Ultimately all the aforementioned places are part of the Greater Golden Horseshoe metropolitan region an urban agglomeration, which is the fourth most populous in North America When the Hamilton Oshawa and Toronto CMAs are agglomerated with Brock and Scugog they have a population of 6,170,072. It is part of the Great Lakes Megalopolis containing an estimated 59 million people in 2011 Municipalities in Greater Toronto Area and related CMAs. This section relies too much on references to primary sources Please improve this section by adding secondary or tertiary sources (December 2013) (Learn how and when to remove this template message).
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