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Old 10-27-2010, 04:59 PM
 
Location: Columbus
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Are we just talking about america as in the USA. If we are talking about that then NYC is the most diverse if the world they dubbed Toronto as the most diverse city in the world if u don't believe me look it up. I also think Columbus ohio is up there where I live u can't go to a work place now with out seeing a foreign person at all by a matter fact mostly all ware houses down here are very ethnically diverse so much that if u wanted to hook up with a person of another race u could do it easily in a ware house or just going to the store. Columbus is ten times more diverse than what it was trust me it's becoming a midwest melting pot.
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Old 10-27-2010, 05:15 PM
 
Location: Columbus
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I am going to say this once and only once hopefully LA is not the most diverse city in the world. When ever I can go to a city and see a all asian working force at a MCdonald and then go down the street and see a 24 hr indian operated subway then u are very diverse not to mention every food culture in a less than 1 mile strip. this is Vancouver not even Toronto and it is more diverse than most cities any where but believe it or not the United nations has dubbed Toronto as the most diverse city in the world I thought it might be NYC but it is T.O. I love both. 59% of Toronto population is foreign born, no other city has a higher percent any where.
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Old 10-27-2010, 11:30 PM
 
Location: Chicago
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the United nations has dubbed Toronto as the most diverse city in the world I thought it might be NYC but it is T.O. I love both. 59% of Toronto population is foreign born, no other city has a higher percent any where.
Yeah I posted in the Queens vs Toronto thread before I saw this one but Toronto's diversity puts US cities to shame. It is the poster city for being a melting pot - you will rarely see a group of friends hanging out that doesn't look like a UN convention. And you see this everywhere, from Kensington Market to the Bovine Sex Club (awesome name for a punk club), to TFC matches, to the fancier restaurants on Yonge Street, etc.
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