Toronto is well named! Translated as "meeting place" in Huron, Toronto is a hub of culture: there are over 100 different origins. The city is also the largest metropolis of Canada. It is also very safe, clean and serious. Serious, yes, but not too much! Toronto is also known to be festive. The busy period starts in late June with Pride Week and the thousands of people from around the world and includes the Pride Toronto, the largest march across the country, it is an opportunity to meet people. The period continues with "Festish Church Street Fair" in August. But no need to wait the period of festivities to enjoy the festive atmosphere in Toronto. Toronto is one of few cities to have two gay villages: the first, the Gay Village is located at the corner of Church Street and Yonge Street. It is located in the heart of downtown pedestrian and there are some very good restaurants and a thriving powerhouse. The gay area is the second "the Queer West Village" located on the outskirts with most restaurants in the mood more festive and hottest. Finally, Toronto has been chosen to host the wordl Pride 2014.