HARDEST WORKING CITY

Toronto

Celebratory event and surprise jobsite visits planned for October 1

TORONTONIANS BRING HOME TWO BIG WINS THIS WEEK

TORONTO (October 2, 2015) — This week, the Toronto Blue Jays took home the American League East division championship title, but Torontonians can also celebrate another victory — earning the Freightliner Trucks Hardest Working Cities award.

As the fourth largest city in North America and a workforce leader, it's no surprise Toronto is home to where hard work happens. Toronto received the award due to having one of the largest construction, manufacturing, and transportation workforces in North America.

Last week, we visited jobsites across Toronto to surprise some of the city's hardest workers with food, gifts and our appreciation. And on October 1st, we hosted the Hardest Working Cities award presentation.

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Check out the Hardest Working Cities award in front of the iconic Toronto letters in Nathan Phillips Square.

The Hardest Working Cities award around town

Check out the Hardest Working Cities award in front of the iconic Toronto letters in Nathan Phillips Square.

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