Wish I could help you more, it depends on which schools you will be choosing between. Many people say that Vancouver is the nicest city in Canada, but it is much further away than Toronto from your country. One thing for sure you will never be bored in Toronto, it rawks, 24/7
The distance isn't the problem, I just want to know which city is more active, where the fun is... I am not only there to study I actually also want to do some other stuff. Meet beautiful women, go out, see Danko Jones. THat kind of stuff.
Hmm well I can only pass info on from what I've heard - I've never been to Van City...so here's the scoop from word of mouth: Everyone i know of who used to live in or has visited Van wants to go back. I have heard there is a way more "laid back" mentality there. I think my friend used to live in Burnaby - his fam lives there so he visits all the time. He wants to move back. My 2 friends who have travelled there - want to live there. If you like snowboarding - its a good place to be. I don't know what the night life is like or how good the schools are on a national average. I would like to visit from all the hype I've heard. It all depends on where u go too, some of the areas are deader than others - Burnaby is supposedly "happenin". Now Toronto - I've lived here all my life so I probably won't be the best seller. I'm bored of it. But we do have good schools and happening night life. Danko does maybe 2-3 shows a year here I think. For the most part people are friendly, just don't be in the downtown district during rush hours - you'll get trampled. We have a very good transportation system. Um..funky shops...muchmusic (if u like much). It's a bustling city. It's for some and not for others. Hope that gave u a little perspective. check out www.toronto.com for any more info.
Last Edit: Feb 25, 2004 18:50:48 GMT -5 by spunshuga
Thanks for the info, the schools are already set in toronto it would be ryerson college I think. But the problem is now that I have only heard good things about Toronto and good things about VanCouver, darn it. I think I'll have to figure this one out for myself.