Toronto is one of the most liveable and competitive cities in the world as demonstrated by various international rankings and reports. In addition to securing its position on the world stage, Toronto’s rankings confirm that it continues to offer a high quality of life for about 2.9 million residents who choose to live and work here. The City has won numerous awards for quality, innovation and efficiency in delivering public service.
The City of Toronto was recognized as one of Glassdoor’s top 10 best places to work in Canada, as voted on by employees. This annual award is based on feedback from employees on their job, work environment and employer over the past year, and highlights employers that prioritize culture, mission and employees.
The City of Toronto was recognized once again as a?Canada’s Top 100 Employer. Organizers of this competition recognize employers who lead in their industries and offer an exceptional place to work. Employers whose workplace operations and human resources practices offer the most progressive programs are also acknowledged.
The City of Toronto was named one of?Canada’s Best Diversity Employers 2019?for its exceptional workplace diversity and inclusiveness programs.
The City of Toronto is a recipient of?Excellence Canada’s?Bronze award in Excellence, Innovation & Wellness. This achievement recognizes the City’s commitment to continuous improvement, excellence and innovation.
The City of Toronto, in partnership with local community groups, has won the Downtown Achievement Award of Excellence in Public Space for the innovative Dundas Roncesvalles Peace Garden.
The City of Toronto received a TRIEC award for well-surpassing 1,500 mentor-mentee matches through its annual Mentoring Partnership which helps immigrant professionals find employment in their chosen professions. Currently, the City is the largest contributor of mentors in the program with 739 City employees helping more than 1,600 skilled immigrants.
The City of Toronto has been recognized on the global stage for its work towards a circular economy as Runner Up in the Public Sector Category of the 2019 Circulars Awards. The Circulars – which are presented at the?annual meeting of the World Economic Forum – recognize individuals and organizations across the globe that are making notable contributions to the circular economy.
The City of Toronto was nominated for Women Business Enterprise Canada’s 2020 Excellence Awards in the category of “Supplier Diversity Leader.” This award recognizes the commitment of the Purchasing and Materials Management Division to advancing supplier diversity in Canada.
City Divisions have won numerous awards. Learn more about their achievements.
The City Manager’s Award for Toronto Public Service Excellence is a recognition initiative introduced in 2008. It is the Toronto Public Service’s highest honour.
The award itself is a beautiful bronze sculpture and is on permanent display in the Rotunda at City Hall. The three rings of the Triad sculpture symbolize the Toronto Public Service values of service, stewardship and commitment. The award is presented annually to a City division or program that has achieved a high and measurable standard of excellence.