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. Main articles: Economy of Toronto and Economy of Hamilton Ontario, The Greater Toronto Area is served by seven distinct telephone area codes Before 1993 the GTA used the 416 area code In a 1993 zone split Metropolitan Toronto retained the 416 code while the other municipalities of the Greater Toronto Area were assigned the new area code 905. This division by area code has become part of the local culture to the point where local media refer to something inside Toronto as "the 416" and outside of Toronto as "the 905" for example the Raptors 905 basketball team in the NBA G League is named after the area code the team represents Though for the most part the use of the area 905 as shorthand for the suburban areas outside Toronto city limits was correct it is not entirely true as some portions of Durham and York Regions use the 705 area code. Furthermore there are areas such as Hamilton the Regional Municipality of Niagara and Port Hope (in Northumberland County) that use the 905 area code but are not part of the GTA the unincorporated community of Acton (in Halton Hills) is the only community in the GTA that uses the 519 area code which covers most of Southwestern Ontario To meet the increased demand for phone numbers two overlay area codes were introduced in 2001 Area code 647 (supplementing the 416 area code) was introduced in March 2001 and area code 289 (supplementing the 905 area code) was introduced in July 2001. Some individuals within the 905 area code region may have to dial long distance to reach each other; although residents of Mississauga and Hamilton share the same area code (905) an individual from Toronto for example would have to dial "1" to reach Hamilton but not to reach Mississauga Ten-digit telephone dialling including the area code for local calls is required throughout the GTA in March 2013 two additional area codes were introduced to the GTA: area code 437 in Toronto and area code 365 in the area served by 905 and 289 Government. . . . Main article: Politics of Ontario, Toronto Ontario Canada Business directory, 2018 Main article: Public transportation in Toronto.
. . Expansion to the north end that cost $2 million added 1,249 seats and was completed for the start of the 2010 MLS Season a $120 million renovation to the stadium was officially announced September 23 2014 it includes a second tier of seating that would add 8,400 seats raising the capacity of the stadium to 30,991 New suites washrooms concourse and a roof would also be added Construction began in September 2014 and would be divided into two phases; the completion of the project was set for May 2016 the expansion would accommodate a Canadian football field with artificial turf end-zones when the Toronto Argonauts move to BMO Field in 2016, along with hosting the Grey Cup that year Club culture.