Toronto's Financial District from the northeast the district serves as the centre for Canada's financial services Toronto the capital of Ontario is the centre of Canada's financial services and banking industry Neighbouring cities are home to product distribution it centres and manufacturing industries Canada's Federal Government is the largest single employer in the National Capital Region which centres on the border cities of Ontario's Ottawa and Quebec's Gatineau The information technology sector is important particularly in the Silicon Valley North section of Ottawa home to Canada's largest technology park. IT is also important in the Waterloo Region where the headquarters of BlackBerry is located Tourism contributes heavily to the economy of Central Ontario peaking during the summer months owing to the abundance of fresh water recreation and wilderness found there in reasonable proximity to the major urban centres at other times of the year hunting skiing and snowmobiling are popular This region has some of the most vibrant fall colour displays anywhere on the continent and tours directed at overseas visitors are organized to see them Tourism also plays a key role in border cities with large casinos among them Windsor Cornwall Sarnia and Niagara Falls the latter of which attracts millions of US and other international visitors Agriculture. . . 11 See also English and French displayed on a gantry sign Communities with sizeable Francophone populations are able to receive provincial services in French The principal language of Ontario is English the province's de facto official language, which is spoken natively by about 70 per cent of the province's population according to the 2011 census There is also a French-speaking population concentrated in the northeastern eastern and extreme Southern parts of the province where under the French Language Services Act, provincial government services are required to be available in French if at least 10 per cent of a designated area's population report French as their native language or if an urban centre has at least 5,000 francophones Roughly 4 per cent of Ontarians speak French as their mother tongue and 11 per cent are bilingual speaking both English and French according to the 2011 census Other languages spoken by residents include Arabic Bengali Cantonese Dutch German Greek Gujarati Hindi Italian Korean Malayalam Mandarin Persian Polish Portuguese Punjabi Russian Sinhalese Somali Spanish Tagalog Tamil Tibetan Ukrainian Urdu and Vietnamese Economy.
. The Toronto Maple Leafs acknowledge an affiliation with 75 inductees of the Hockey Hall of Fame the 75 inductees include 62 former players as well as 13 builders of the sport the Maple Leafs have the greatest number of players inducted in the Hockey Hall of Fame of any NHL team the 13 individuals recognized as builders of the sport include former Maple Leafs broadcasters executives head coaches and other personnel relating to the club's operations Inducted in 2017 Dave Andreychuk was the latest Maple Leafs player to be inducted in the Hockey Hall of Fame In addition to players and builders five broadcasters for the Maple Leafs were also awarded the Foster Hewitt Memorial Award from the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1984 Foster Hewitt a radio broadcaster was awarded the Hall of Fame's inaugural Foster Hewitt Memorial Award an award named after Hewitt Hewitt was already inducted as a builder in the Hall of Fame prior to the award's inception. Other Maple Leafs broadcasters that received the award include Wes McKnight in 1986 Bob Cole in 2007 Bill Hewitt in 2007 and Joe Bowen in 2018 Designed in the Beaux-Art style Union Station was completed in 1927 [icon]! . .