Canada's liberal immigration policies of the 1960s encouraged safe relocation for millions of people all over the world. Over 50,000 Korean and Korean-Canadian residents currently live in Koreatown, Toronto's business International district within driving or walking distance of Bloor Street and Manning Avenue.
The importance of the community can be discovered firsthand at the Korean Canadian Culture Association. Koreatown is also the perfect place for boutique and specialty shopping.
Hungry? Enjoy authentic, affordable, or just plain fun eateries like Poop Cafe. Adventurous nightlife options and special events like the Dano Festival also entertain and unite through dance, music, and cultural demonstrations. Why miss out on this eclectic neighborhood?
Built by the founder of Famous Players Canadian Corporation, the Pantages had a foothold in the... Read more