MY NEIGHBOURHOODS2018-11-22T13:36:31-04:00

Toronto is an ever-changing city of neighbourhoods and communities, that are changing almost on a daily basis.


dufferin-groveDufferin Grove is a tranquil and family oriented neighbourhood of Toronto’s downtown area. Bound by Dufferin St to the west, Ossington Ave to the east, College St to the south, and Bloor St to the north, the area is built around a 14-acre park, is largely residential, and though it is comprised of a population that is very culturally diverse, residents of Portuguese descent make up a good chunk of the community. (more…)


corktownCorktown is a downtown Toronto neighbourhood with roots that date back to the early 19th century. The area is defined by the Don Valley Parkway to the east, Parliament St to the west, Eastern Ave to the south, and Shutter St to the north. Over the last decade,the district has been one of Toronto’s most up-and-coming neighbourhoods. (more…)


Roncesvalles,also known as Roncesvalles Village, is a Toronto neighbourhood with an old world atmosphere and charm. Bound by Bloor St West to the north, Queen St West to the south, Lansdowne Ave to the east, and High Park to the west, the area is centered on Roncesvalles Avenue and is often referred to a Little Poland as it is mainly comprised of a Polish community featuring prominent Polish institutions and businesses. (more…)


annexThe Annex is a premier neighbourhood in the city of Toronto. Bound by Avenue Rd to the east, Bathurst St to the west, Bloor St to the south, and Dupont St to the north, the area sits adjacent to the most prestigious university in the city, the University of Toronto (U of T), and is where the majority of students make their home.  (more…)