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加拿大国际语言学校 多伦多校区ILSC Education Group Toronto

加拿大国际语言学校,成立于1991年,为全球100多个国家的国际生提供专业语言培训服务。1991年,加拿大国际语言学校在温哥华建立起第一家语言中心,之后逐渐发展成为国际语言培训界的翘楚,并在世界范围内的8大城市建立起连锁语言培训中心,包括加拿大的温哥华、多伦多、蒙特利尔,美国的旧金山、纽约,印度的新德里以及澳大利亚的布里斯班、悉尼。在2013到20114年间,ILSC被业界评为“游学杂志星级连锁学校”。多伦多校区是雅思、托业、剑桥、PCE、CAE、CPE的官方指定考试中心。学校拥有61间教室,3间计算机实验室,5间学生休息室并且提供免费wifi,为学生学习英语提供良好的环境与氛围。
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多伦多(Toronto)人口300多万,是加拿大全国第一大都市和工商业、金融和文化的中心,优良的湖港。“多伦多”原为印第安语,意即“相会的地方”,顾名思义,这是一个人口密集的大都市。 主要工业部门有机械制造、化工、服装、肉类加工等,加拿大全国产业展览会每年定期在此举行。本省的哈密尔顿是全国最大的钢铁和重型机械制造中心。<BR>多伦多位于安大略湖以东,公路、地铁等交通设施都很完善。多伦多是加拿大的金融中心,其工商业和银行业都很发达,可谓是加拿大的银行总部之都。股票交易也很兴旺,这里有全国最大的股票交易市场。多伦多的标志性建筑之一是市政厅,也称多伦多大会堂,其半圆形的立式结构非常别具一格。标志性建筑之二是多伦多的电视塔( CN Tower),登顶远眺,都市风景,一览无余,令人赏心悦目。多伦多是加拿大英语区域的经济、文化中心。来到多伦多,其精美丰富的商品,世界名牌云集的购物街,绝对可以极大地激发您的购物欲望,也能充分地满足您的需求。其中市中心著名的商业区有布鲁尔街、央街、约克威尔街以及伊顿购物中心等。 <BR> 文化艺术繁荣也是多伦多的一大特点,其皇家博物馆世界闻名;安大略艺廊(Art Gallery of Ontario,简称AGO)号称北美最好的艺廊之一。多伦多堪称加拿大剧院之都,其交响乐团、歌剧团以及国家芭蕾舞团的表演水平不仅在国内是一流的,在世界上也可以算得上顶极水平。其高等学府有多伦多大学和约克大学,是北美的知名高校。 <BR> 在多伦多的当达斯街(Dundas)和司帕蒂娜街(Spadina)之间,座落着古老庞大的唐人街,商店、餐厅、市场、剧院,应有尽有,是一座地地道道的中国城,华裔移民和旅游者到多伦多,必可在此唐人街中体会到中华风情。<BR>多伦多作为加拿大的第一大城市和文化中心,城市雕塑颇有特色。这些雕塑题材广泛,表现手法多样,既有具像的,亦有抽象的,它们在美化城市的同时,也给加拿大的雕塑家们提供了施展才能的广阔空间<BR>
Toronto - Canada's business capital and largest city - is a clean, safe and vibrant metropolis, where real estate prices are high and blood pressure levels are low. A center for Anglo-Canadian culture, it's also one of the great ethnic melting pots of the world, where the traveler has the world for the cost of a subway token and the most authentic cuisine dangling from the edge of every fork. The city no longer carries the heavy, moralistic mantle of 'Toronto the Good'; its many immigrants have helped the city shake its traditionally standoffish image.<BR>Like hypnotized subjects, few visitors can explain what makes Toronto so satisfying. Although the famous Niagara Falls are nearby, Toronto isn't a city with a checklist full of attractions. It's a city that needs to be experienced, and you need some time to let its many flavors percolate. Its festivals seize you in summer, the spicy corners of its markets call you, the beachfront boardwalks and the music pouring out of its neighborhood eateries seduce you. It's a place just finding its feet, and is all the more charming for it, fresher than many a city its size.<BR>Area: 632 sq km (246.48 sq mi)<BR>Country: Canada<BR>Population: 2.4 million<BR>Telephone Area code: 416 & 647<BR>Time Zone: GMT/UTC minus 5 hours</P><P>Attractions<BR>Downtown Toronto<BR>Downtown encompasses many of Toronto's most significant and easily accessible attractions. The CN Tower - at 533m (1748ft) the highest freestanding structure in the world since 1976 - has become a symbol and landmark of Toronto. Impressive views only go so far, however, and many find the cost and long queues to the observation deck a turn-off. A better deal might be to dine in its 360 Revolving Restaurant instead. If feats of engineering really rock your boat, you may want to also visit the SkyDome next door. It features the world's first fully retractable dome roof, a striking interior and a playing field large enough to park eight 747s.<BR>The Old Town of York is the city's truly unmissable attraction. Many of Toronto's oldest and best-preserved buildings can be found here. Highlights include the Flatiron Building, with its triangular shape and famous trompe l'oeil mural, and the St Lawrence Market, whose Market Gallery hosts exhibits of art and historic artifacts relating to the city. The North Market's clock tower is one of the city's finest examples of Victorian classicism. The venerable St James Cathedral is graced by Tiffany stained glass, a grand organ and the tallest spire in Canada. Pay your respects to the city by strolling up Toronto St, a narrow street full of elegant triple-story 19th-century office buildings.</P><P>Yorkville<BR>Once Toronto's smaller version of Greenwich Village or Haight-Ashbury, the old counterculture bastion of Yorkville has become the city's trés glamorous shopping and gallery district. Glitzy restaurants, nightspots and outdoor cafes feature, with a passing parade of Jaguars, Bentleys and classic convertibles to lift the general tone of things. The busiest streets are Yorkville Ave, Cumberland St and Hazelton Ave.</P><P>Little Italy<BR>One of the great pleasures of exploring Toronto is visiting the city's many enclaves of immigrant cultures. Little Italy, west of the University of Toronto, is chock-a-block with see-and-be-seen outdoor cafes, bars, bakeries and fine ristoranti. Further northwest of Little Italy is the less sceney, more authentic Corso Italia, with the real Italian cinemas, smoky espresso cafes and pool halls. North of Bloor St the area is mainly Caribbean, and to the west there's Koreatown and multi-ethnic Bloor Village. The one-room Ukrainian Museum of Canada and a Tibetan Buddhist temple complete the multicultural picture of this section of Toronto.</P><P>Cabbagetown<BR>Cabbagetown, on the eastern outskirts of downtown, was settled by Irish immigrants fleeing the potato famine of 1841. The area was so called as the sandy soil proved ideal for growing cabbage. Today it has possibly the richest concentration of fine Victorian architecture in North America and is worth a stroll to peek at some of the beautifully restored houses and their carefully tended gardens. Gentrified 19th-century worker cottages with picket fences mix with bay and gable houses, Toronto's most famous architectural style, and a myriad other superb buildings.</P><P>Toronto Islands<BR>Toronto's jewel-like islands are relatively new, formed in 1858 when a storm cut through the immense sandbar that stretched south of Toronto into Lake Ontario, creating the Eastern Channel. The islands' cool breezes are great on a hot, sticky day, and cycling along the paved paths and boardwalk on the southern shore isn't a bad way to spend some time.<BR>Centre Island Park has the most amusements, including the quaintly old-fashioned Centreville Amusement Park, the Far Enough Farm, a hedge maze and a boathouse. The best beach on the islands is Hanlan's Point Beach, on the western end of Centre Island.<BR> Algonquin Island Park and Ward's Island, on the other hand, managed to keep their homes and unique way of life. Once you see the small artistic communities for yourself you may feel a little jealous: the peace, lack of pollution and incredible skyline views of Toronto are really something. <BR>
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营地编号:MZLYD-1711

营地所在的国家:加拿大,安大略省,多伦多

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