It is often said that "Toronto is a Protestant city" (ep. 102), because the main religion in the city of Toronto is Protestant and the prejudice against Catholics still prevailed at the turn of the 20th century.
It was called "Toronto the Good" (ep. 710, ep. 907) for its history as a bastion of 19th century Victorian morality. This was coined by mayor William Holmes Howland. An 1898 book by C.S. Clark was titled Of Toronto the Good. A Social Study. The Queen City of Canada As It Is. Today, it is sometimes used ironically to imply a less-than-great or less-than-moral status of the city.
The following characters live in Toronto: