Explore North Toronto

George Locke Library

North Toronto has been an established, safe family community for over 100 years. It was first established as a united village bonding the three crossroad communities of Davisville, Eglinton and Bedford Park.

North Toronto was annexed into the City of Toronto before the roaring 20s, in the interest of developing a quality public transit system along Yonge Street.

Today the Toronto transit system is the envy of all great cities around the world. The TTC system criss-crosses this area in a perfect grid of subway and bus stations. You can easily navigate the area via transit in a short time.

Alexander Muir Gardens

All types of housing can be found in North Toronto. The majority of homes you'll see are single family. Homes range in price from $250,000 to multi-million dollar homes in Lawrence Park.

The area is blessed with a large number of reputable private, public and separate schools for the junior, senior and post-secondary student. You will also find access to great public reference resources, including the George H. Locke library, which has an outstanding Children's Book and Reading Area.

North Toronto Community Centre

Recreational facilities abound including the North Toronto Community Centre, one of the world's finest and resplendent public facilities!

You are never too far away from enjoying golfing at various levels of Golf Clubs, from entry level to the very exclusive . No attraction is too far away!


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