The largest city in Canada, capital of the mighty Ontario province, Toronto has a population of over two-and-a-half million which makes it big not merely by Canadian terms - it’s the fifth largest populated area in North America. The Iroquois were here for hundreds of yearss before the Huron who were joined by European settlers in the 1700s. Many agree that the name has an Iroquois derivation, based on a term that meant ‘place where trees stand in the water’. Today, the city is usually acknowledged as the financial centre of the country, home to many banks and brokerage firms. However, Toronto is also a centre for business services, telecommunications, aerospace, media, transportation, film and television.
Anyone thinking sending parcels to Toronto would be well-advised to consider all the options carefully. Or, better still, to engage the services of someone who has considered all the options on their behalf, for which position we’d humbly like to recommend ourselves. And as by far the biggest UK online parcel delivery service, we think we’ve earned it. So drink from the cup of our experience and foresight when we tell you that by far the best way to get a parcel to Toronto is to engage the services of a courier to Toronto.
And now you have to choose your courier company - and we’d recommend only the best and biggest, the likes of TNT, FedEx or Parcelforce. Not that you’ll find life easy if you attempt to do this direct, because a whole world of pain and confusion awaits you. Trying to find a level playing field so you can make anything like a fair comparison is nigh on impossible, given the confusing nature of their jargon and the different terms and tariffs. But, to make your life easier, we’ve chiselled away all the extraneous info to leave you with the facts, all the facts and nothing but the facts - so arranging your parcel delivery to Toronto will be straightforward and, thanks to our highly competitive prices, great value too.
All that remains is to ensure that you don’t try to send a parcel to Toronto which contains any prohibited items - if in any doubt: check - and to remember to add the postcode which, like most of ours, is a reassuring mix of letters and numbers six items long.