. . Entrance to Bishop Strachan School a private school affiliated with the Anglican Church of Canada Bishop Strachan School, Updated July 25 2019 8 See also Battle of Queenston Heights 13 October 1812. Toronto Ontario Canada Business directory, In 2011 the most commonly reported religion in Toronto was Christianity adhered to by 54.1% of the population a plurality 28.2% of the city's population was Catholic followed by Protestants (11.9%) Christian Orthodox (4.3%) and members of other Christian denominations (9.7%) Other religions significantly practised in the city are Islam (8.2%) Hinduism (5.6%) Judaism (3.8%) Buddhism (2.7%) and Sikhism (0.8%) Those with no religious affiliation made up 24.2% of Toronto's population Language, The economy of this region is very diverse the Toronto Stock Exchange is the third largest in North America by market capitalization (after the New York Stock Exchange and NASDAQ) and seventh largest in the world A worker installing car batteries at Ford's Oakville Assembly the automotive industry is a major sector of the Golden Horseshoe's economy Cities including Hamilton Oshawa Oakville Whitby and Kitchener all contain major large-scale industrial production facilities Hamilton being dominated by the steel industry and Oakville and Oshawa primarily in the automotive industry Other significant automotive-production facilities also exist in Brampton and St Catharines While manufacturing remains important to the economy of the region the manufacturing sector has experienced a significant decline since 2000 as a result of unfavourable currency exchange rates increasing energy costs and reduced demand from the United States which is by far the largest market for Ontario's goods Hamilton and Toronto also have two of the largest seaports in Lake Ontario the Welland Canal system handles tanker ship and recreational traffic through the Great Lakes Large rail and truck distribution facilities are located in Toronto Vaughan and Brampton Food processing is also a key ingredient in the economy The Niagara Peninsula is Canada's largest wine growing region and a major producer of Ontario wine Niagara Falls has one of the world's largest per-capita tourist economies benefiting from millions of tourists coming to see its majestic waterfalls shop in its numerous stores and visit its many attractions the winemaking and fruit growing industries of the Niagara Peninsula produce award-winning wines which are beginning to attract attention around the world in particular the ice wine for which the region is known As of 2014 sectors such as information technology health care tourism research and finance provide the bulk of growth in the Golden Horseshoe the suburban cities within Greater Toronto such as Brampton Markham and Mississauga are emerging as hubs for technology and innovation Education.
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