. The Executive Council of Upper Canada had a similar function to the Cabinet in England but was not responsible to the Legislative Assembly They held a consultative position however and did not serve in administrative offices as cabinet ministers do Members of the Executive Council were not necessarily members of the Legislative Assembly but were usually members of the Legislative Council.Armstrong (1985) p 39. . . 2013 18,131 Church St School (1872), 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, Mississauga 612,925 668,549 713,443 721,599 2 Budget 10.2.2 Airports 14 References; Headquarters for the Toronto Catholic District School Board the city's English-language separate school board The following public school boards operate separate schools in Toronto Conseil scolaire catholique MonAvenir French first language school board.
Raptors 905 Basketball NBA G League Mississauga Paramount Fine Foods Centre 5.2 Out on loan 22 Canada Ben Harpur D L 24 2019 Hamilton Ontario. 2.1 Climate 3.6 Hub for Innovative Partnerships 2010 65 32 260 330 New City Hall Toronto 1 (8030180482).jpg! 6.1 NSA surveillance 81 2617, 8.2 Census metropolitan areas 10.2.3 Intercity transportation HMS Sir Issac Brock being built in York Both sides engaged in building freshwater fleets in an effort to gain naval supremacy in Lake Ontario York the capital of Upper Canada stood on the north shore of Lake Ontario During the War of 1812 the lake was both the front line between Upper Canada and the United States and served as the principal British supply line from Quebec to the various forces and outposts to the west At the start of the war the British had a small naval force the Provincial Marine with which they seized control of the Lake Ontario and Lake Erie This was made it possible because of Major General Isaac Brock who led British forces in Upper Canada to several important victories in 1812 by shifting his small force rapidly between threatened points to defeat disjointed American attacks individually The United States Navy appointed Commodore Isaac Chauncey to regain control of the lakes He created a squadron of fighting ships at Sackett's Harbor New York by purchasing and arming several lake schooners and laying down new purpose-built fighting vessels However no decisive action was possible before the onset of winter during which the ships of both sides were confined to harbour by ice to match Chauncey's shipbuilding efforts the British laid down the sloop of war Wolfe at Kingston; and HMS Sir Isaac Brock at York Naval Shipyards Prelude. . . . Main articles: Toronto Transit Commission bus system and Toronto streetcar system 7 Schools 3.2 Poverty reduction Languages Literatures and Cultures. Team City League Sport The province has professional sports teams in baseball basketball Canadian football ice hockey lacrosse rugby and soccer Club Sport League City Stadium!