The easiest way to see if someone is a Toronto native is all in their words. Specifically, if someone is pronouncing the second T in Toronto it’s likely they’re transplants. Someone did a study on it surveying over 9,000 locals and was surprised to get everything but “Tor-rahn-toe.” It turns out most actual Toronto residents don’t pronounce it the same way as everyone else. You’re bound to get “Toronno,” “Churrano,” and everything in between. Think about it yourself. Are you pronouncing Toronto like a local or someone that’s from elsewhere? What else are we doing wrong?