I’m not bothered by the languages of these liturgies not being English, but there is a problem that, depending on the parish, the bible readings and sermons and other variable readings are also not in English. So you do get “lost” that way. The Ukrainian Catholic churches in Toronto are a mixed bag - some more “English” than others (some of them with “latinizations” along with it).
So far as I can tell, only a few Orthodox parishes seem to cater to English in the GTA - a Carpatho-Ruthenian parish downtown (affiliated with Constantinople) and possibly the Antiochians in Richmond Hill. There’s a stereotype (which unfortunately is often true) that Orthodox cater to ethnic communities. North American Catholics used to have this stigma as well, with Polish or Italian parishes, but at least all of theirs were in one singular liturgical language (Latin). If you scan the GTA, you’ll find that the Divine Liturgy is offered in Greek, Ukrainian, English, Bulgarian, Rumanian, various flavours of Church Slavonic (Serbian/Russian) and what not, across at least four separate “jurisdictions”. It’s bewildering when you think about it, but impressive at the same time.