There's a real confusion with the fractal dimension of major world urban centers: say you live in Williamstown, Victoria. If you're talking to someone who is also there in that major urban area, of course you would not say "I live in Melbourne". You'd distinguish.
But if talking to someone from Japan, you'd just say "Well I'm from Melbourne!" ("Mate!") It would be absurdist to mention "Williamstown".
So, New Jersey and Brooklyn and Connecticut don't exist to 99.999% of the world, they're just part of "New York".
Is the FirstOntario Centre in Toronto?
If you live in Toronto, do you "go to concerts at the FirstOntario Centre"?
If I'm going to a concert at the FirstOntario Centre, should I fly "to Toronto"? Should I "stay at a Toronto hotel"?
Is this FirstOntario Centre thing emotionally and urban-center wise a feature of Toronto? Or it really more of a separate thing - like Dallas / Fort Worth, say? Or is it "actually" part of somewhere else? (Buffalo? Chicago?)