Nestled just north of Toronto's Lake Ontario is one of the country's most vibrant and self-sustaining communities. Known to locals as 'Little America,' this ten block radius is home to hundreds of U.S. citizens who have come to Canada in search of a better life and its population is growing daily.
The area started to flourish in 2008 and is now host to more American businesses than some small U.S. cities. This is That
paid a visit to 'Little America' and spoke with some locals to learn more about life in this unique Canadian community.
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