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York Township was home to one of the original Black communities in the Toronto area, which was populated by many African American fug Yonge Eglinton Centre is a complex of two office buildings located at Yonge and Eglinton in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, including a small shopping concourse.

It is located across the street from the Canada Square Complex and once of a few office towers found north of Bloor Street. It is connect via a lower level tunnel to Eglinton subway station.

The complex is undergoing a refit that will see 7 floors added to the Yonge Street and 5 floors added to 20 Eglinton Avenue West, as well as cladding the towers with curtain wall glass. Woolworth store and some residential homes to the west. Credit Valley Hospital is a regional hospital located in Mississauga, Ontario. Officially opened on November 5, , it is now part of the Trillium Health Partners hospital group and primarily serves the communities of north Mississauga: Streetsville, Meadowvale, Erin Mills and the surrounding area.

In , it was ranked as the best hospital in the Greater Toronto Area in a study conducted by the Canadian Institute for Health Information.

The cancer centre serves a catchment area of 1. Mount Dennis is an intermodal transit terminal under construction in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Located east of the intersection of Eglinton Avenue and Weston Road in the Mount Dennis neighbourhood in the district of York, the station will be the western terminus of the future Line 5 Eglinton as well as an intermediate station on the GO Transit Kitchener line and Union Pearson Express.

The station has been designated as one of many "mobility hubs" in Greater Toronto. Originally intended to be a freeway extension of Ontario Highway , it was built instead as a super-4 expressway after public opposition to building freeways into central Toronto. The roadway is named after the Black Creek watercourse, and runs parallel to the creek for most of its route.

The four-lane road passes beneath railway lines and travels north alongside Black Creek, with Keelesdale Park to the east. The road continues north and northwest, passing Eglinton Avenue West. Coronation Park and Trethewey Park occupy the eastern side of the road north of Eglinton, while the western side is occupied by commercial and industrial uses.

Much of this land was a former Kodak plant, marked today only by the existence of Photography Drive Eglinton—Lawrence is a provincial electoral district in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It elects one member to the Legislative Assembly of Ontario.

When the riding was created, it included all of Metro Toronto within the following line: Opened in , Yorkdale Shopping Centre was the first enclosed, automobile-centred shopping mall opened in Toronto. The following is a list of shopping malls in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The first enclosed shopping mall in Toronto was the Toronto Arcade in the downtown core. The first shopping mall of the enclosed, automobile-centred design type was Yorkdale Shopping Centre, opened in For shopping malls surrounding the city of Toronto, please see the template at the bottom of this article.

Major shopping centres These shopping centres each have over a hundred stores and are anchored by multiple department stores. They are also the five largest malls in Toronto. Each provides thousands of automobile parking spaces.

With the exception of Sherway Gardens, all of these malls have direct pedestrian connections with the Toronto subway system, though Sherway Gardens has bus connections through the Toronto Transit Commission's bus network and MiWay of Mississauga.

Yorkdale is Toronto's first major shopping It is a multimodal rail network consisting of three heavy-capacity rail lines operating predominantly underground and one elevated medium-capacity rail line, collectively encompassing 75 stations and With an average of , passenger trips each weekday recorded during the fourth quarter of ,[3] the system is Canada's second busiest after the Montreal Metro and second longest by track length after the Vancouver SkyTrain.

Avenue is an underground light rail transit LRT station under construction on Line 5 Eglinton, a new line that is part of the Toronto subway system. The station is scheduled to open in The main entrance to this underground station will be located on the northwest corner of Eglinton and Avenue Road, replacing a convenience store.

A second entrance, about 80m east on the north side of Eglinton, will replace two storefronts. Retail spaces will be available at both entrances at street level.

The station will have on-street connections to TTC buses and outdoor parking for 50 bicycles. It opened in The mall is located on what was once the site of James Neilson's farm. History The mall was opened to the public in in an area once settled by farmland in the s and re-developed as industrial land during World War II along Eglinton Avenue and surrounded by residential homes to the north, south and west sides. The cancelled expressways in Toronto were a planned series of expressways in Toronto, Ontario, Canada that were only partially built or cancelled due to public opposition.

The system of expressways was intended to spur or handle growth in the suburbs of Toronto, but were opposed by citizens within the city of Toronto proper, citing the demolition of homes and park lands, air pollution, noise and the high cost of construction.

The Spadina Expressway, planned since the s, was cancelled in after being only partially constructed. After the Spadina cancellation, other expressway plans, intended to create a 'ring' around the central core, were abandoned. History By the s, urban development extended past the city of Toronto's borders. It was recognized within the planning department of the city that population growth would take place and that the farmlands outside of the city's border would be developed.

Route description In the south, Weston Road begins at St. Clair Avenue opposite the north end of the southern leg of Keele Street. The southernmost 55 metres of the street north of St.

Clair, where the roadway diverted to the west off its straight baseline, was formerly a part of Keele, which officially breaks here and is cut off from its northern section. Weston Road formerly began at the diversion, but this stretch of Keele St.

North of the , it is a north-south road running parallel to Highway , following the former Sixth Line West to Steeles Avenue and into York Region Kennedy is both a terminal and interchange station on Line 2 Bloor—Danforth and Line 3 Scarborough of the Toronto subway system. Opened in , it is located east of the Kennedy Road and Eglinton Avenue intersection.

George, Bloor—Yonge, Sheppard—Yonge, and Union, serving a total of approximately , customer trips a day. The station's main complex consists of four floors with wheelchair accessible entrances. The ground level is the bus terminal surrounded with ten platforms that serve eleven Toronto Transit Commission TTC bus routes. Wi-Fi service is available at this station. Line 5 Eglinton, a light rail line under construction, will terminate at the stat The central strip of Oakwood—Vaughan, along Oakwood Avenue, is more recently known as Oakwood Village,[1] the name of the neighbourhood's Business Improvement Area BIA , annual arts festival, and public library built in Oakwood—Vaughan was part of the former City of York before the amalgamation of Toronto in The western half was called Northcliffe and is more recently known as Northcliffe Village.

Clair Avenue in This is a list of bridges in the city of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Roadway bridges Ravine and river bridges List of bridges over rivers, creeks and valleys: The other two sides of the park have houses backing onto the park; Oriole Parkway on the west side, and Edith Drive on the east.

The park has two baseball diamonds, soccer fields, a splash pool, and a kids playground. Outdoor tennis courts are turned into skating rinks in the winter. Also located in the park is the North Toronto Community Memorial Centre with an indoor pool, outdoor pool, water slides, gymnasium, walking track, and exercise rooms.

There is also an indoor skating rink. The building rises from four floors on the west to seven floors at the east side. There is an underground ramp that is accessible from the left-most lane on east-bound Steeles Avenue that provides access to the building's parking area at the rear. There are two main buildings at this site. After many additions to this building a second building on this site opened in Eglinton can refer to: Eglinton, pseudonym of Walter H.

Richview is a neighbourhood in the city of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It is located in the area of Etobicoke. It encompasses the former post office of "Richview" which was merged into the then-borough of Etobicoke. Character The neighbourhood also known as 'Willowridge-Martingrove-Richview' is predominantly residential, with middle class incomes. The largest ethnic group is Italian at 4, out of 21, There are no large commercial areas in the neighbourhood.

Local plazas are located at the intersections of the main streets. Housing in the neighbourhood primarily consists of single-family homes. The street patterns are organized in a similar way to many post-World War II suburbs, with winding roads and cul-de-sacs.

High density townhouse and apartment blocks are located close to the major arterial roads of Eglinton Ave, Martingrove Road, Kipl Renforth,[2][3] referred to during planning as Renforth Gateway,[4] is a bus station on the border of the cities of Mississauga and Toronto, in Ontario, Canada.

Located at Eglinton Avenue and Renforth Drive, it is the eastern terminus of the Mississauga Transitway and is close to the interchange between Highway and Highway Geography It covers the southwestern part of the Scarborough part of Toronto.

It stretches from Lake Ontario in the south to Eglinton Avenue in the north. History to to to to to Scarborough West riding was created in and from parts of Danforth and York—Scarborough ridings. It initially consisted of the part of the borough of Sc The following lists roads in Toronto that do not follow the city grid, often referred to as contour roads or diagonal roads.

They are listed by type of road, then alphabetically. Originally called Clairville, it was renamed for the Albion Township just north of the area in what is now Brampton, Ontario.

Caledonia is an underground light rail transit LRT station under construction on Line 5 Eglinton, a new line that is part of the Toronto subway system. This is about metres west of Caledonia Road opposite Blackthorn Avenue. The station will include a bus loop with two bus bays, outdoor parking for 60 bicycles and retail spaces within the main entrance at ground level.

Thus, there is an opportunity to bring sunlight from this entrance down to the platform level. Scarborough-Centre is a federal electoral district in Ontario, Canada, that has been represented in the House of Commons of Canada since It consists of the part of the Scarborough district of the City of Toronto bounded: Notable landmarks in Scarborough Centre include: Geography The riding contain It is located to the southwest of Eglinton Avenue and Birchmount Road.

Forest Hill is an underground light rail transit LRT station under construction on Line 5 Eglinton, a new line that is part of the Toronto subway system. It is scheduled to open in During the planning stages for Line 5 Eglinton, the station was given the working name "Bathurst", which is identical to the pre-existing Bathurst station on Line 2 Bloor—Danforth.

On November 23, , a report to the TTC Board recommended giving a unique name to each station in the subway system including Line 5 Eglinton. Victoria Village, sometimes referred to as Sloane after the main street within the area , is a neighbourhood in the city of Toronto, Ontario, Canada bounded on the west by the Don Valley, on the north by Lawrence Avenue East, on the east by Victoria Park Avenue, and on the south by Eglinton Avenue East, although there is a small area south of Eglinton to Sunrise Avenue that is sometimes included.

Its population is diverse in ancestral backgrounds with a larger proportion of South Americans than most of the city. History Much of the neighbourhood was originally owned by the Heron family, who operated an orchard on the property. Many apple trees can still be found in the neighbourhood. Character The neighbourhood has many high- and low-rise buildings, which provide affordable living and are located on the edges of the neigh Richview Sideroad was changed to Eglinton Avenue in when a 4-lane bridge was built from the east side of the Humber River to Scarlett Road in Etobicoke.

This caused the morphing of Richview Sideroad with Eglinton Avenue, and the name-change. Eglinton Avenue East in Scarborough. Eglinton Avenue in Erin Mills , Mississauga. An Eglinton West roadside marker. Retrieved 29 August Yonge Street Dundurn, Annual Report, Department of Highways.

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Mississauga restaurant bombing topic [Full screen] A bombing occurred at the Hurontario and Eglinton Bombay Bhel restaurant in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada, on May 24, , just before Sherway Gardens is an upscale shopping mall with over stores including Saks 5th Avenue, Pusateris Toronto based gourmet grocery , The Bay, Indigo and many iconic international designer brands My personal favourite shopping mall.

It's upscale with every store you can imagine. Located in the suburb of Etobicoke it's about a minute drive west on the QEW. It's worth it because it's Upscale mall with all the big name retail shops including Saks 5th Avenue, Sporting Life, etc. Another large shopping Mall out at the east side of Toronto. Very much like Fairview Mall. Bus Express from Don Mills subway station can get you there in about 25 mins.

It has been recently renovated to include a stylish food court that caters to every nationality with food being served only on white plates with cutlery.

Therefore your dining and mall experience There is lots of parking availabl Connects to underground transit, highway and highway. Mall has all the popular stores, food court and dining. Also has a food court with various places to eat. For an amazing upscale food selection, we suggest Loblaws at the bottom of Leslie Street take the bus outside and it will stop across from it but with in easy walking is Gerrard Square.

Gerrard Square has office supplies at Staples, an excellent discount clothing store with designer items called Winners, and a range of other clothing stores, as well as a Walmart. You will find everything you need just over 10 min walk including: Tasty but not low cal! Best to take it home to eat as seating options are limited.

Voted best smoked ribs in the city. Always busy - go before you're starving. The Stockyards smokehouse and larder is a great place for smoked ribs, brisket, fried chicken and just great unhealthy comfort food.

A must try if you're feeling hungry. Lunch, dinner and take out. We really prefer the local mall but had to mention this because tourists tend to like this place. Vaughan Mills Mall is one of the great outlet shopping malls in the province. A bit of a trip to get there, but access is right off Highway A large mall filled with many outlet type stores.

Read at Chapters or do some casual lifestyle shopping at Shoppers. Free parking all around till 2am. High end shopping mall. Contains grocery store, bank, pharmacy and restaurants. A very cool outdoor mall style shopping experience. Everything chic is available here including amazing places to eat. Outdoor music in center during the warmer months and outdoor skating during wi High end plaza style shopping center.

The place to see and be seen during the summer months when people attend with high end vehicles to hit the shops, restaurants, or sip lattes by the central squ Beautiful outdoor mall, lots of activities in the center court, a locomotion train for the kids to ride. High end shopping and some of the best restaurants all in an outdoor setting. Walking distance shopping from house with grocery, pharmacy, restaurants, Wal-mart and gym. It's basic but has a Walmart, dollar store, nail salon and No Frills grocery store.

All your needs covered! Toronto's lesbian, gay, bi and trans village — businesses, organizations and residents working together to create a healthy, welcoming neighbourhood. Subway station, plus two grocery stores, a Winners, a dollar store, a drugstore, a shoe repair, a nail salon, a pub - basically all the things you might need are in this building, across the street. Nice Winners store, pharmacy, 2 grocery stores, liquor store, service ontario center, pretty good food court - and, best of all, it is across the street from the Canada Suites on Bay building.

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