By Toronto I am referring to the GTA (Greater Toronto Area), approximated West to East by Burlington to Ajax, and North to South by Lakeshore to Vaughan. This is the definition most locals use when referring to "Toronto". "Toronto" city proper is actually quite small. But over the years the urban sprawl has made it a huge area, as I said, it would literally take probably close to 4 hours to drive from Burlington to Ajax in say rush hour. Its a large city close to 6 Million in terms of the GTA. Having spent from 1999-2014 (roughly 15 years) in Toronto, I can confidently say its a city with different characters. The neighbourhoods I listed; Scarborough, Brampton, Mississauga, Rexdale, and perhaps add Malton and parts of the Downtown Core and North York are neighbourhoods which can have crime problems and that usually comes with a notable black population. In recent years there have been incidents in Toronto where White women have been killed by Black men, often times their boyfriend or sexual partner. Sometimes these cases do not make the news but on occasion they do. There is 1 case in particular, where a Black Male stabbed his white girlfriend to death... can't recall exactly where it occurred but likely one of the neighbourhoods I listed. Parts of the city are rundown and look like a ghetto. Probably not a ghetto by American standards. But trust me, Toronto has more than its fair share of wiggers, white women with half black kids, black gangsters, etc., etc., etc. I've been all over Canada and I would highly recommend looking at the West of this country.