TORONTO — When you’re looking for an escort, you’re going to want to be sure to do your homework.
That includes knowing what types of escorts exist in the city, where they work, and where they can be found.
There’s no shortage of places for female escorts to work.
They’re everywhere from the city’s downtown core to the suburbs and far beyond.
So, what’s the best place to get your escorts?
Here’s what you need to know about the different types of escort in the GTA.
TORONTA: There are two types of male escorts: the “golden boy” and the “yellow cab driver.”
Both types of men work for the same type of escort agencies in Toronto.
There are also some female escort agencies.
In the city center, there are about 200 female escorting agencies, while in the suburbs, there’s about 1,200.
Some female escort agencies offer an “open” program where women can work for an agency and work with an escort in any setting.
Some male escort agencies, like Greyhound, allow escorts in the same room as their clients and work in the back room of the escort agency.
If you’re thinking about an open-minded escort, Greyhound offers the opportunity to be on their side.
The company says the open-door program is available to men and women in the industry and that their clientele is mostly white men.
However, they do not say if their female clients are excluded from their open-doors program.
Toronto’s downtown is also home to some escort agencies.
Greyhound says it has about 500 escort agencies throughout the city and that it operates in about half the city.
Other male escort services in Toronto include the Yellow Cab Service and Greyhound’s own Greyhound Canada.
The Yellow Cab is located in the Downtown Eastside, near the airport, and operates from its home office in the West Tower.
The agency has two locations in the downtown, one on Dufferin Street and the other in the Liberty Village.
Grey, which operates out of a former hotel, has its main office in St. George, and its second location is in the Old Town.
In both locations, they’re open to female clients.
The Greyhound Greyhound and Grey is located at 646 Yonge Street.
Grey has a location on the north side of the city in the basement of the Old City Hall.
They are both licensed by the city to work in downtown Toronto.
The city also regulates escort services, like escort agencies like Greydog, which have a specific area of the downtown.
The law is specific about what type of escort a particular agency can operate in.
The Toronto Police Services Association is the only agency that can regulate escort services.
It says it regulates escorts within the city limits.
But there are other agencies in the area that are not regulated.
A female escort agency, Greydog Toronto, has an office in Yorkdale.
The Yorkdale location is near the Yonge and Dundas subway stations, near Dundas Square and the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
It operates out a building on the corner of Dundas Street and University Avenue West.
Greydog says it operates 24/7.
They have two locations.
One is in Yonge, on the east side of Yonge street near the Dundas Station, which is near King St. West.
There is another location on University Avenue near Queen Elizabeth Park, near Queen’s Park.
The other location is at the corner at the south end of the Yaletown shopping mall, at the back of the mall.
The location is a bit of a challenge to get into, as the parking lot is full.
They’ve got a sign at the front that says “no one over 18 is allowed.”
The York Street location is on Yorkdale Avenue near Dundee Street.
The entrance is at Dundas St. East.
They also have a separate office in Queen Elizabeth.
This location is located across from the YALETOWN Shopping Centre, and it’s also a little tricky to get in.
You have to walk around a little bit and take a few steps on the sidewalk.
They only have a limited number of hours a day and are open from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m., which is good if you’re shopping for a specific escort.
Grey does offer some female escort services around the downtown area.
The Queen Mary’s Hotel is in downtown and has three locations.
The first is at Sherbourne Avenue, across from King St., near the corner between Dundas and University.
The second location, a smaller, smaller building is on Dundas near King.
The third location is the corner on Queen Elizabeth near the intersection of Queen and Dundee.
There have been reports of female escorted in the hotel, but it’s not an official policy.
Grey also operates a hotel in the Lowertown, which also is in a part of