What the lo­cals know

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If you want to sound like a real Toron­to­nian, don’t pro­nounce the sec­ond ‘t’

in Toronto.

Toronto also fea­tures

the Frank Gehry­de­signed Art Gallery of On­tario, the Gar­diner Mu­seum, the Mu­seum of Inuit Art and the Bata

Shoe Mu­seum, which fea­tures the world’s

big­gest col­lec­tion of footwear. Pay for ad­mis­sion at one and get a two-for-one en­try

deal at the oth­ers, or buy a Toronto Ci­tyPass, which lets you into sev­eral at­trac­tions.

Go full Cana­dian and wash down your poutine with a clam­ato,

a uniquely lo­cal con­coc­tion of tomato juice and clam broth. The best place to do this is the Dis­tillery Dis­trict, once home to the largest dis­tillery in the world, now a bustling pedes­trian neigh­bour­hood with cool bars, gal­leries and shops.

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