DG in the City

Toronto, located within the Golden Horseshoe of Ontario, is home to 2.7 million people and growing. Rich in culture and heritage, Toronto is considered to be one of the most diverse cities in the world, with endless things to see and do. Tourists flock to Toronto each year to visit some of the city’s most popular destinations, including (but not limited to!) the CN Tower, the Art Gallery of Ontario, the Royal Ontario Museum, the Rogers Centre, the Toronto Zoo, and even the trendy Bata Shoe Museum.

A stunning view of the C.N. Tower and the city.

The abundance of desirable restaurants and theatres lend a hand to the thriving entertainment scene in the city. Don’t forget that Toronto is home to many prestigious universities and colleges, in addition to some of the largest corporations and businesses in Canada. Add all of these up, and you’ve got one amazing city!

A glimpse of the popular Kensington Market.

Delta Gamma first established a presence in Toronto in the early 1900’s at the University of Toronto.

It was here that the Alpha Gamma chapter of Delta Gamma was chartered. This chapter flourished for many years, initiating hundreds of intelligent and compassionate women. Many  women from the Alpha Gamma chapter and Zeta Omicron (Wilfrid Laurier University, 1991-2014) chapter are proud to call Toronto home. The Toronto Alumnae Association brings together not just these women, but also those from across Canada and the United States.

Delta Gamma is extremely proud to have an established presence in the vibrant, diverse city of Toronto.

If any sisters are visiting Toronto or the surrounding area we encourage you to contact us at dgtorontoalumnae@gmail.com. Members of the TAA are always willing to spend a day having fun with a fellow sister and touring the city together!