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The Beaches

The Beaches

At the beginning of the 20th century, this was literally a village, a place of summer homes reachable by Street car. Today, along since being claimed as part of the central city, it nevertheless retains a village air, a sense of community...

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Riverdale

Riverdale

Only a decade or two ago, Riverdale was dull, and snobs from the Annex spoke of it with distain as a more or less blank spot on the map, "out the Danforth." But today, this community of 28,300, just east of the Don River...

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Danforth Village

Danforth Village

Successful districts often acquire appendages, so it's only fair that the relatively humble streets that once were classified merely as above Kingston Rd have now been awarded the name Upper Beach...

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Leslieville

Leslieville

In the late 1990s major and minor renovations appeared here and there across Leslieville, raising the hope that this dowdy, downscale, downtown, east-of-the-Don neighbourhood was renewing its housing stock and heading toward a happier future...

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Distillery District

Distillery District

The Distillery District contains more than 70 retail and cultural establishments including numerous cafés, restaurants, and shops all housed within the heritage buildings of the former Gooderham and Worts Distillery...

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St. Lawrence

St. Lawrence

The St Lawrence market was named in April 2012 the world's best food market by National Geographic. How does one tackle the top food market, well wear your stretchy pants and bring your appetite as you graze your way through over 50 independently owned market vendors serve up some of the finest food this city has to offer...

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Corktown

Corktown

The re-gentrification process has begun for this downtown community just south of Regent Park. Corktown is one of the more affordable downtown Toronto neighbourhoods...

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