There has recently been a lot of growth in the Ethiopian communities in Toronto, as evidenced by an increasing number of Ethiopian cathedrals being built in the city. The Globe and Mail points out that the churches are not just a sign that Ethiopian people are immigrating to Toronto, but they are also beautiful examples of traditional architecture that juxtapose the modern skyscrapers of the city.
One such building is being constructed in an industrial neighborhood, coloring the landscape of factories and warehouses with its elegant architecture. When construction is complete, the church will be open to the public. Storage facilities can provide the church officials with a place to keep the furniture, decorations and any other items that will be brought in when the building is finished. This way, they don't have to worry about them being in harm's way if, for example, a ladder gets knocked over or paint gets spilled.
Self storage can also be a viable option for new immigrants who are still getting their bearings in Toronto. They can keep their possessions in a secure storage facility while they look for a place to live. Once they find a place, they can bring things in slowly and keep anything that won't fit in the apartment or house in the storage unit.