Toronto Ontario Canada Business directory Bayview Glen School 2.3 Criminal activity 7 Transportation and communications 96 Defender Auro Brazil The Golden Horseshoe has been recognised as a geographic region since the 1950s but it was only on July 13 2004 that a report from the provincial Ministry of Public Infrastructure Renewal entitled Places to Grow coined the term Greater Golden Horseshoe extending the boundaries west to Waterloo Region north to Barrie/Simcoe County and northeast to the county and city of Peterborough a subsequent edition released February 16 2005 broadened the term further adding Brant Haldimand and Northumberland Counties to the now quasi-administrative region the Greater Golden Horseshoe region is officially designated in Ontario Regulation 416/05 under the Places to Grow Act the designation Greater Golden Horseshoe has legal significance with respect to taxation: in April 2017 the Government of Ontario announced plans to impose a 15 per cent Non-Resident Speculation Tax (NRST) on non-Canadian citizens non-permanent residents and non-Canadian corporations (with exceptions or rebates for refugees qualifying students and certain people working in Ontario) buying residential properties containing one to six units in the Greater Golden Horseshoe (GGH) The provincial transit authority Metrolinx makes use of the term Greater Golden Horseshoe the Metrolinx definition is consistent with the original 2004 Places to Grow definition However the city and county of Peterborough is not included Demographics. Year Pop Baptists 16,411 Name Tenure See also: Politics of Toronto and Public services in Toronto, 7.1.3 Desjardins Canal Elections 157.8 267.8 330.3 279.0 149.8 1,184.7 Theatre venues Pre European contact Main article: Politics of Ontario.
. . Battle of the Thames 5 October 1813 9.3.2 MLS MVP, Administrative areas of New Brunswick: Some Members of the Family Compact. Recovery rates for stolen vehicles vary depending on the effort a jurisdiction's police department puts into recovery and devices a vehicle has installed to assist in the process Police departments use various methods of recovering stolen vehicles such as random checks of vehicles that come in front of a patrol unit checks of all vehicles parked along a street or within a parking lot using automatic number plate recognition (ANPR) or keeping a watchlist of all the vehicles reported stolen by their owners Police departments also receive tips on the location of stolen vehicles through StolenCar.com or isitnicked.com in the United Kingdom In the UK the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) provides information on the registration of vehicles to certain companies for consumer protection and anti-fraud purposes the information may be added to by companies with details from the police finance and insurance companies Such companies include Carfax in the US AutoCheck and CarCheck in the United Kingdom and Cartell in Ireland which then provide online car check services for the public and motor trade Vehicle tracking systems such as LoJack automatic vehicle location or OnStar may enable the location of the vehicle to be tracked by local law enforcement or a private company Other security devices such as microdot identification allow individual parts of a vehicle to also be identified and potentially returned Toronto is the most populous city in Canada and the provincial capital of Ontario the city is home to a number of elementary secondary and post-secondary institutions in addition to those institutions the city is also home several specialty and supplementary schools which provide schooling for specific crafts or are intended to provide additional educational support Four publicly funded school boards provide elementary and secondary schooling to residents of the city from Junior Kindergarten to Grade 12 the four school boards operate as either English or French first language school boards and as either secular or separate school boards in addition to publicly funded schools elementary and secondary education is also provided by private religious school boards independent religious schools or independent secular institutions such as college-preparatory schools Toronto is also home to a number of post-secondary institutions There are five universities in Toronto with degree-granting authority four of which are public university while the other is a private seminary in addition there are four degree- and diploma-granting colleges based in the city Other post-secondary institutions based in Ontario have also established satellite campuses in Toronto Other forms of post-secondary institutions in Toronto consists of private vocational schools Contents, Group stage United States FC Dallas 6.3.2 Timber United States Real Salt Lake. !