Calgary(AB) vs Toronto(ON) Канада


How to get from Calgary to Toronto by plane, bus, train or car

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There are 5 ways to get from Calgary to Toronto by plane, bus, train or car

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Fly to Toronto • 5h 38m

  1. Fly from Calgary (YYC) to Toronto (YYZ) YYC — YYZ

RUB 11769 — RUB 44119

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Fly to Billy Bishop Toronto City • 8h 5m

  1. Fly from Calgary (YYC) to Billy Bishop Toronto City (YTZ) YYC — YTZ

RUB 15676 — RUB 76326

Fly to Hamilton, bus • 7h 47m

  1. Fly from Calgary (YYC) to Hamilton (YHM) YYC — YHM
  2. Take the bus from Hamilton GO Centre Bus to Union Station Bus Terminal

RUB 12291 — RUB 48421


Bus, train • 2 days 21h

  1. Take the bus from Calgary, AB — Calgary Tower to Edmonton, AB — 10357 109th St NW Calgary
  2. Take the train from Edmonton to Toronto VIA Rail

RUB 22729 — RUB 35859

Drive • 36h 13m

  1. Drive from Calgary to Toronto 3545.5 km

RUB 18000 — RUB 28000

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The cheapest way to get from Calgary to Toronto is to fly which costs RUB 11000 — RUB 45000 and takes 5h 38m.

The quickest way to get from Calgary to Toronto is to fly which costs RUB 11000 — RUB 45000 and takes 5h 38m.

The distance between Calgary and Toronto is 2706 km. The road distance is 3545.5 km.

The best way to get from Calgary to Toronto without a car is to bus and train which takes 2 days 21h and costs RUB 22000 — RUB 36000.

It takes approximately 5h 38m to get from Calgary to Toronto, including transfers.

The quickest flight from Calgary Airport to Toronto Airport is the direct flight which takes 3h 40m.

Toronto is 2h ahead of Calgary. It is currently 10:37 in Calgary and 12:37 in Toronto.

Yes, the driving distance between Calgary to Toronto is 3545 km. It takes approximately 36h 13m to drive from Calgary to Toronto.

Air Transat, Flair Airlines, Air Canada and WestJet offer flights from Calgary Airport to Toronto Airport.


There are 1428+ hotels available in Toronto. Prices start at RUB 6250 per night.

  • Distance: 2706.2 km
  • Duration: 5h 38m

What companies run services between Calgary, AB, Canada and Toronto, ON, Canada?

Flair Airlines, WestJet and two other airlines fly from Calgary to Toronto hourly.

Flights from Calgary to Toronto
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Train from Edmonton to Toronto
Bus from Hamilton GO Centre Bus to Union Station Bus Terminal
Bus from Calgary, AB — Calgary Tower to Edmonton, AB — 10357 109th St NW


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The best way to get from Calgary to Calgary Airport is to line 300 bus which takes 34 min and costs RUB 520.

Toronto, Canada

The capital of Ontario, Toronto is the epitome of Canada cool. Be sure to make the 90-minute drive to Niagara Falls and soak up the view from the ‘prettier’ side of the falls. Root for hometown ice-hockey heroes the Toronto Maple Leafs, or watch baseball’s Blue Jays and NBA’s Toronto Raptors in action. Take in some history at the Royal Ontario Museum, shop until you drop at Eaton Centre and sample cuisines from all over the world thanks to the city’s diverse population. Head to the Entertainment District for a night on the town, or check out the edgy music scene at Massey Hall or Glenn Gould Studio.

Things to do in Toronto

Royal Ontario Museum

The Royal Ontario Museum (ROM, French: Musée royal de l’Ontario) is a museum of art, world culture and natural history in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It is one of the largest museums in North America, the largest in Canada, and attracts more than one million visitors every year, the second most for a Canadian art museum after the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts. The museum is north of Queen’s Park, in the University of Toronto district, with its main entrance on Bloor Street West. The Museum subway station of the Toronto Transit Commission is named after the ROM, and since 2008, it is decorated to resemble the institution’s collection. St. George station is close to the museum’s new entrance as well.

CN Tower

The CN Tower (French: Tour CN) is a 553.3 m concrete communications and observation tower in downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Built on the former Railway Lands, it was completed in 1976, and held the record for the world’s tallest free-standing structure for 32 years from 1975–2007 and was the world’s tallest tower until 2009 being overtaken by Burj Khalifa and Canton Tower, respectively. It is now the third tallest tower in the world and remains the tallest free-standing structure in the Western Hemisphere, a signature icon of Toronto’s skyline, and a symbol of Canada, attracting more than two million international visitors annually.

High Park

High Park is a municipal park in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It spans 161 ha, and is a mixed recreational and natural park, with sporting facilities, cultural facilities, educational facilities, gardens, playgrounds and a zoo. One third of the park remains in a natural state, with a rare oak savannah ecology. High Park was opened to the public in 1876 and is based on a bequest of land from John George Howard to the City of Toronto. While Rouge Park is the city’s largest park, High Park is the largest park entirely within the city, as Rouge Park extends into the neighbouring cities of Markham and Pickering.

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Casa Loma

Casa Loma (Spanish for Hill House) is a Gothic Revival style house and gardens in midtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada, that is now a museum and landmark. It was built as a residence for financier Sir Henry Mill Pellatt. Casa Loma was constructed from 1911 to 1914. The architect was E. J. Lennox, who designed several other city landmarks. Casa Loma sits at an elevation of 140 m above sea level.

Calgary vs. Toronto.

I have an opportunity to move to either Calgary or Toronto, and I am conflicted about what the better choice would be..Calgary seems to have a bit of a «boom-bust» economy, but the space/mountains/sun would be refreshing. Toronto seems to fit me more from a personal standpoint as I have lived in MI and enjoy the access to Detroit (sports, «culture») I would stay without a second thought if there were jobs) as well as that I prefer the eastern timezone (always feel uncomfortable visiting CA)..any suggestions? ( :

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Go with what suits you the best. Many will come on here and say what is better, but only you can decide from personal taste.

I’d say if you want a city that is a little more outdoor oriented lifestyle/slower city go with Calgary.

If you like big city urban lifestyle- than Toronto would be best for you.


Considering you like sports and culture and eastern time zone I’d say Toronto would be your best choice. To me Calgary can get boring pretty fast, I lived there for 4 years and found I had experienced everything it had to offer after a couple of years. I have lived in Toronto for 5 years and find I have never run out of new things to experience. Southern Ontario itself is a wonderful place to live. You are a 1 1/2 hour flight away from NYC, Chicago and within a short drive of some of the nicest places in Canada.Some people I know find that Calgary has plenty of excitement and think Toronto is too big and fast paced to live in. Toronto is the 5th largest city in North America and is growing into a very modern metropolis. Calgary kind of reminds me more of cities in mid western united states. Its really hard to compare the 2 because they are so different in size and Calgary obviously doesn’t have half as much going on.

Either way, they are both great places to live IMHO. Some of the best Canada has to offer.

Scenery- Calgary hands down

Weather- Toronto, Calgary is going to hit -24C this week, Toronto is never that cold.

Infrastructure- Toronto and that’s not saying much for Calgary

Toronto is Canada’s top city for IT skills, Calgary most expensive

Brian Jackson

Canada’s tech sector employment has surged by almost 25 per cent in the past five years and some of its biggest urban cities and their surrounding areas are the best places to find that new tech talent, according to a new report.

Toronto, Vancouver, Ottawa, Montreal, and Calgary are the top five cities for tech talent, according to a study conducted by the Canadian division of Los Angeles-based real estate and investment services firm CBRE Group Inc. But some smaller, yet fast-growing markets like Waterloo are attracting new employers to set up shop because of lower costs to access that talent.

Top 10 Canadian tech talent cities

Here’s the complete top 10 list from CBRE, which ranks cities based on 13 metrics that include talent supply, growth, concentration, cost, completed degrees, industry outlook for job growth, and market outlook for both office and apartment rent cost growth.

  1. Toronto, ON
  2. Vancouver, BC
  3. Ottawa, ON
  4. Montreal, QC
  5. Calgary, AB
  6. Halifax, NS
  7. Edmonton, AB
  8. Waterloo, ON
  9. Winnipeg, MB
  10. London, ON

In the five years of somewhat muted economic growth overall recovering from the global recession, Canada’s tech sector looks to be a bright spot. Nine out of the top 10 Canadian markets recorded growth in tech jobs, eight of which was in the double-digits, CBRE says.

Beyond established markets like Toronto and Vancouver, growth of markets like London and Waterloo, Ont. show that companies are eagerly starting to set up shop in some lower cost markets as well. Not only is real estate less expensive there, but so is the talent compared to many of the big cities. Since tech workers cost on average 45 per cent more than non-tech workers in Canada, bringing home an average of $83,000 per year, it’s no wonder that some firms are targeting cities where labour comes a bit cheaper.

Top 10 most expensive tech markets in Canada

Here’s CBRE’s top 10 list for costs of a typical tech firm in Canada, based on a 75,000 square-foot office lease and salaries of 500 employees:

  1. Calgary, AB – $39.8m
  2. Ottawa, ON – $38.2m
  3. Edmonton, AB – $36.4m
  4. Toronto, ON – $36.6m
  5. Vancouver, BC – $34.8m
  6. Waterloo Region, ON – $33.2m
  7. Montreal, QC – $32.9m
  8. London, ON – $32.2m
  9. Halifax, NS – $31.6m
  10. Winnipeg, MB – $30.7m

Waterloo, Halifax, and Winnipeg are showing the highest rates of tech job growth and are on the bottom half of this list, CBRE points out. Calgary’s costs are expected to come down if the energy market continues to decline.

On an international scope, Canada’s tech hubs are low cost by comparison. For example, Toronto and Vancouver rank 49 and 50 respectively on the most expensive markets in North America. Thanks in part to a lower Canadian dollar right now, that could encourage more American firms to set up shop north of the 69th parallel.

Here’s a more in-depth look at Toronto’s tech talent metrics from the CBRE report (click for a larger image):


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Calgary(AB) vs Toronto(ON) Канада

In BC they call 6.5% unemployment a boom. in Alberta we call it a recession.

Vancouver is in it’s own league. the minor league.

Had to respond to +1 this, even LOL’d at it. I like Vancouver, I still live here but the arrogance of some people here is disconcerting. Calgary is on the fast track upwards and while I still strongly consider the «big 3» of Canada to be Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver (in a very obvious, defined order), I don’t doubt if the growth trajectory in Calgary continues and oil prices remain high that it will be «big 4» within the next few years.

I’ve been to all three. Obvious stereotypes at play but are still true — I’d like to live in Vancouver, work in Calgary and visit Toronto on vacation. Vancouver’s beautiful but the jobs don’t pay high enough, Toronto is just a bit too big for me, Calgary’s missing the natural beauty of Vancouver and the sheer size of Toronto but I think it has enough of both (it’s an hour from Banff/Lake Louise/Kananaskis and the city itself like a mini-Toronto) that, if the job opportunity is there, it’s a no-brainer for me.

Had to respond to +1 this, even LOL’d at it. I like Vancouver, I still live here but the arrogance of some people here is disconcerting. Calgary is on the fast track upwards and while I still strongly consider the «big 3» of Canada to be Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver (in a very obvious, defined order), I don’t doubt if the growth trajectory in Calgary continues and oil prices remain high that it will be «big 4» within the next few years.

I’ve been to all three. Obvious stereotypes at play but are still true — I’d like to live in Vancouver, work in Calgary and visit Toronto on vacation. Vancouver’s beautiful but the jobs don’t pay high enough, Toronto is just a bit too big for me, Calgary’s missing the natural beauty of Vancouver and the sheer size of Toronto but I think it has enough of both (it’s an hour from Banff/Lake Louise/Kananaskis and the city itself like a mini-Toronto) that, if the job opportunity is there, it’s a no-brainer for me.

Interestingly, Calgarian’s don’t compare Calgary to other cities with the exception of Edmonton, but that’s an old friendly rivalry. Why compare when they are all so different from each other. Isn’t variety a good thing?

Calgary IS much smaller and lots of people like it that way. Calgary has tons of natural beauty, its booming economically and has a culture of its own.

I don’t understand why some people get so worked up when another Canadian city is doing well.

I thought the mall had amazing shopping? the last time I was there was 1988, is Calgary a fun city? I dont like to go out much but only once in while. like every few months or so do they get lots of concerts? and bands? how bad is the snow? undrivable?

what is the best gym in Calgary?

Interestingly, Calgarian’s don’t compare Calgary to other cities with the exception of Edmonton, but that’s an old friendly rivalry. Why compare when they are all so different from each other. Isn’t variety a good thing?

Calgary IS much smaller and lots of people like it that way. Calgary has tons of natural beauty, its booming economically and has a culture of its own.

I don’t understand why some people get so worked up when another Canadian city is doing well.


Hey guys Im from Vancouver, but I currently live in Florida (dual citizen), the US economy is a disaster an it’s getting worse. So Im thinking about moving to Toronto or Calgary.

I have only lived in BC, and California and Florida

How are the areas in Calgary compared to vancouver anything comparable? I mean what are they analogous to? how bad is the snow? do you guys ever drive up To edmonton to go to the mall etc?

how is the culture compared between BC, Calgary and Toronto? jobs ? women?

Im 33 year old guy MBA and IT skills,I like nightlife only once in a while and no interest in settling down.

That only tells half the story though. The weather station you are using is at Pearson, located in the northern part of Toronto. Downtown Toronto averages only 90cm of snow per year, and that number goes down every year. much less than any part of Calgary. Yes Calgary gets more sunshine but they also get way more cold days. You want stats? According to Environment Canada’s historical data for 2012. Calgary received 69 days where the daytime high was BELOW 0C. Toronto on the other hand had 23 days (3 times less). While Calgary can easily get snow and cold temps any month of the year, this doesn’t happen in Toronto. Temps almost hit 30C last March in the GTA. So, while Calgary’s weather is more up and down (all over the place/unpredictable), Toronto’s climate is warmer, more stable, and has less cold.

More stats? According to EC’s historical data page for 2012, Calgary reported only 3 days where the daytime high exceeded 30C while Toronto reported 36 days! You can search any year whether it’s 2011, 2010, 2009, etc and it’s the same every year. Toronto gets hotter summers/springs/falls and way better beach weather. I guess that’s good though since Calgary doesn’t even have any beaches to cool down from! In fact, Toronto reported more 30C+ days this year alone than Calgary has reported in the past 8 years COMBINED.

I registered just to correct this piece of gross misinformation. Downtown Toronto averages 121.5cm (1981-2010 normal) of snow per winter. More than Pearson actually.

I won’t argue that the number keeps going down though. It’s about 12cm less than the 1971-2000 number and continues a trend seen since the early part of the 20th century.

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The schools teach English as a second language to international students in a fun and energetic atmosphere with lots of activities and excursions.

We are also one of the largest teacher training schools in North America with all centers offering certified teacher training courses.

In Toronto and Miami we operate Summer Camps for young students aged 7- 13 and 14-17, and in Miami we offer Winter Camps for accompanied students aged 7-13. Награды STM Star Award — Best English Language School — North America 2012 Основана 1996 Продукты The schools offer a full array of courses including:
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— Teacher training programs (including the University of Cambridge CELTA Diploma and a one week TEFL Certificate)
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Calgary(AB) vs Toronto(ON) Канада

Toronto, Ontario 12:37 PM on Monday, Nov 18, 2020

Calgary, Alberta 10:37 AM on Monday, Nov 18, 2020

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Meeting planner for Toronto, Ontario and Calgary, Alberta

To schedule a conference call or plan a meeting at the best time for both parties, you should try between 11:00 AM and 5:00 PM your time in Toronto, Canada. That will end up being between 9:00 AM and 3:00 PM in Calgary, Canada. The chart on the right shows overlapping times.

Schedule a phone call from Toronto, Canada to Calgary, Canada

If you live in Toronto, Canada and you want to call a friend in Calgary, Canada, you can try calling them between 9:00 AM and 1:00 AM your time. This will be between 7AM — 11PM their time, since Calgary, Alberta is 2 hours behind Toronto, Ontario.

If you’re available any time, but you want to reach someone in Calgary, Canada at work, you may want to try between 11:00 AM and 7:00 PM your time. This is the best time to reach them from 9AM — 5PM during normal working hours.

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12:00 PM 10:00 AM
1:00 PM 11:00 AM
2:00 PM 12:00 PM
3:00 PM 1:00 PM
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Calgary, Vancouver, Toronto among top 10 most liveable cities in the world

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If you want to live the good life, live in Canada. That’s one of the main takeaways from The Economist ’s 2020 Global Liveability Index, which ranked three Canadian cities — Calgary, Toronto and Vancouver — among the top 10 globally.

The Global Liveability Index ranks 140 cities around the world, with assessment factors that include stability, healthcare, culture and environment, education and infrastructure.

The latest ranking has seen Melbourne, Australia being knocked off top spot, a position it had held for the previous seven years. In its place, Vienna was crowned as the world’s most liveable city. Calgary came in fourth place, Vancouver in sixth and Toronto seventh, with Osaka, Sydney, Tokyo, Copenhagen and Adelaide also featuring in the top 10.

Canada and Australia are the only countries to have three cities among the top 10, with no US cities and only two European cities present.

The benefits of diversity

While the three top-ranked Canadian cities showcase distinct identities and cultures, they share at least one thing in common — a commitment to welcoming newcomers. In addition to being a magnet for Canadians searching for opportunity and adventure, Calgary, Vancouver and Toronto have for many years also attracted swathes of international students, foreign workers and new permanent residents, many of whom have gone on to become Canadian citizens themselves.

Around half of Toronto’s population is foreign born, with around 30 percent of Calgarians and more than 40 percent of Vancouverites having been born outside Canada. With relatively low crime rates, stable economies and strong publicly-supported education and healthcare systems across these cities — each of which is in a different province — the success of Canada and her cities is once again revealed on the world stage.

Calgary

Calgary is more than just stetson hats and rodeos. It is a place where the first Muslim mayor of any large North American city, Naheed Nenshi, has been elected three times in a row. And it is home to the second-highest number of corporate head offices in Canada among the country’s 800 largest corporations, with the second-highest number of millionaires per capita in Canada.

  • Census Metropolitan Area (CMA) population: 1,392,609 (2020)
  • Immigrant population: 404,700
  • Non-permanent resident population (including international students and work permit holders): 27,170
  • Overall Global Liveability Index rating (out of 100): 97.5
  • Stability: 100
  • Healthcare: 100
  • Culture & environment: 90
  • Education: 100
  • Infrastructure: 100

If you want to learn more about life in Calgary, make sure you visit our Calgary city guide .

Vancouver

The largest Canadian city west of Ontario is sheltered between the Coast Mountains and the Pacific Ocean, facing Vancouver Island. As one of the most ethnically and linguistically diverse cities in the world, Vancouver offers locals and newcomers alike an opportunity to understand a range of cultures, all in one place.

  • CMA population: 2,426,235
  • Immigrant population: 989,540
  • Non-permanent resident population: 77,700
  • Overall Global Liveability Index rating (out of 100): 97.3
  • Stability: 95
  • Healthcare: 100
  • Culture & environment: 90
  • Education: 100
  • Infrastructure: 92.9

Our extensive Vancouver city guide allows you to explore a broad range of up-to-date pages on all things Vancouver.

Toronto

The fourth-largest city in North America has one of the most iconic city skylines in the world, with the CN Tower as a focal point and a range of businesses, large and small, joining creative, bustling neighbourhoods along the shores of Lake Ontario.

Despite increased immigration to cities in Western Canadian provinces in recent years, Toronto remains the most popular destination for newcomers moving to Canada.

  • CMA population: 5,862,855
  • Immigrant population: 2,705,550
  • Non-permanent resident population: 136,895
  • Overall Global Liveability Index rating (out of 100): 97.2
  • Stability: 100
  • Healthcare: 100
  • Culture & environment: 97.2
  • Education: 100
  • Infrastructure: 89.3

For more information on settling in Toronto, see our Toronto city guide .

Making Canada home

With all this talk of Canada being the place to be, you may be wondering how to join those who have already made the move to Canada.

Our comprehensive and updated Canadian immigration section includes information and resources across a range of permanent residence programs , as well as work and study permit options. We also offer an in-depth guide to help you answer the key question: how do I immigrate to Canada?

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