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TIPS FOR TRAVELLERS
On the whole Toronto is
remarkably safe and the
are vibrant with pedestrians and bicyclists even at night in most
neighborhoods. If you use common sense you should have no trouble at
all: don't walk around alone late at night and be aware of your
surroundings.For any emergency, dial 911
(you can dial it at the pay phone without putting in any coins).
City also has a large homeless population, many of whom will ask you
for money. If you do not want to offer them money, simply look the
panhandler in the eye and say "No thank you" or simply ignore them.
There have been several recent occurrences of over aggressive
pan-handlers, with one resulting in a fatality. As a result, if a
pan-handler becomes aggressive, move away quickly and alert a police
officer. Toronto has a larger homeless population than many other
similar-sized cities because there is a law allowing homeless people to
remain on the sidewalk, as long as they are not aggressive.
time many pedestrians have
abandoned the snow-covered sidewalks which are impassable in some
spots, walking on roads that have been squeezed by the endless flakes.
And that's putting them in danger as drivers try to navigate the
If you happen to be here and in many parts of Canada at winter
time, avoid the slippery iced snow on your path. Wear winter
shoes/boots. But please do not walk on the street, cars slip too.
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