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The strength and vitality of the many communities that make up Toronto, Ontario, Canada allows the city to gain its unofficial nickname of “the city of neighbourhoods.” There are 140 neighbourhoods officially recognized by the City of Toronto and upwards of 240 official and unofficial neighbourhoods within the city’s boundaries. Before 1998, Toronto was a much smaller municipality and formed part of Metropolitan Toronto. When the city amalgamated that year, Toronto grew to encompass the former municipalities of York, East York, North York, Etobicoke, and Scarborough. Each of these former municipalities still maintains, to a certain degree, its own distinct identity, and the names of these municipalities are still used by their residents, sometimes for disambiguation purposes. The area known as Toronto before the amalgamation is sometimes called the “old” City of Toronto, “Toronto proper”, the Central District or simply “Downtown”.

The “former” City of Toronto is, by far, the most populous and dense part of the city. It is also the business and administrative centre of the city. The uniquely Torontonian bay-and-gable housing style is common throughout the former city.

The “inner ring” suburbs of York and East York are older, predominantly middle-income areas, and ethnically diverse. Much of the housing stock in these areas consists of old pre-war single-family houses and post-war high-rises. Many of the neighbourhoods in these areas were built up as streetcar suburbs and contain many dense and mixed-use streets, some of which are one-way. They share many characteristics with sections of the “old” city, outside of the downtown core.

The “outer ring” suburbs of Etobicoke, Scarborough, and North York are much more suburban in nature (although these boroughs are developing urban centres of their own, such as North York Centre around Mel Lastman Square). The following is a list of the more notable neighbourhoods, divided by the neighbourhoods’ location based on the former municipalities, the names of which are still known and commonly used by Torontonians.

Toronto has many groups and associations to deal with neighbourhood issues, and larger umbrella organizations organize events to deal with broader issues.

Neighbourhoods by district

Old Toronto

Old newspaper office in Cabbagetown

Old Toronto refers to the City of Toronto and its boundaries from 1967 to 1997. It is sometimes referred to as the “South” or “Central” district, and includes the “downtown core”. Some of these names such as “The Fashion District” are (or were) used as marketing for the areas or by BIAs; this area is actually called “King-Spadina” by locals. Another example is the “Old Town of York”, known also as “King and Parliament” (although that intersection is one block east of the original ten blocks that formed the old town).

Many were recreated or named to reconnect the areas with their past history, early beginnings, or even recent use and prominence. Some historical city ‘wards’ used in the 19th century are no longer used: St. David’s, St. John’s, St. Paul’s, St. George’s, St. Andrew’s, and St. Patrick’s wards. There was a ward named for the patron saint of each of the three British nationalities: English (St. George), Scottish (St. Andrew), Welsh (St. David) and the Irish Saint: (St. Patrick). St. George, St. Andrew and St. Patrick still survive as subway stops, though St. George station is not named after the ward, but after St. George Street, itself named after Quetton St. George, a local resident. St. Lawrence’s Ward (named after the patron saint of Canada and the river) remains, known today as “St. Lawrence”. St. Paul’s (named after the saint) remains as the name of an electoral district for each of the three levels of government, although the electoral district has very little to no overlap with the historic St. Paul’s Ward and beginning in the 2015 Canadian federal election, the electoral district was renamed Toronto—St. Paul’s.

For the purposes of geographic distinction, the neighbourhoods of Old Toronto are broken down into four subsections:

East York

Bay-and-gable houses in Little Italy

An autonomous urban borough until 1997, East York is located north of Danforth Avenue between the Don River and Victoria Park Avenue. East York was an exclave of York from 1922 to 1924. East York developed contemporaneously with the West End of old Toronto, and it is similar in form and character. In 1967, East York was expanded to include the Town of Leaside. Since the 1998 Amalgamation, it is administered together with old Toronto, and separate from Scarborough, North York, and Etobicoke-York, by the “Toronto and East York Neighbourhood Council”.

East York itself is commonly divided into two zones, with mainly Edwardian urban neighbourhoods situated south of Taylor-Massey Creek, and referred to as Old East York.

Old East York

  • Broadview North
  • Crescent Town
  • East Danforth
  • Pape Village
  • Woodbine Heights
Suburban East York

  • Bermondsey
  • Governor’s Bridge
  • Leaside
  • O’Connor–Parkview
  • Thorncliffe Park

Bungalows in Old East York

Etobicoke


Etobicoke is on the west side of the Humber River. Before the 1967 Amalgamation, Long Branch, New Toronto, and Mimico were villages independent of Etobicoke. It was a separate city until the 1998 Amalgamation.

Etobicoke is often divided into three zones: northern, central, and southern, roughly approximate to that of the federal and provincial ridings.

  • Alderwood
  • Centennial Park
  • Clairville
  • Eatonville (Etobicoke West Mall)
  • The Elms
  • Eringate
  • Humber Heights – Westmount
  • Humber Valley Village
  • Humberwood
  • Islington-City Centre West
  • Kingsview Village (The Westway)
  • The Kingsway
  • Long Branch
  • Markland Wood
  • Mimico
  • New Toronto
  • Princess Gardens
  • Rexdale
  • Richview
  • Smithfield
  • Stonegate-Queensway
  • Sunnylea
  • Thistletown
  • Thorncrest Village
  • West Humber-Clairville
  • West Deane Park
  • Willowridge

Towers at Islington-City Centre West

Scarborough

Scarborough is on the east side of Victoria Park Avenue. It was a separate city until the 1998 Amalgamation. West Rouge was transferred from Pickering to Scarborough in 1974 as part of the establishment of Durham Region. It was also the largest former municipality by area.

  • Agincourt
  • Armadale
  • Bendale (Cedarbrae)
  • Birch Cliff
  • Birch Cliff Heights
  • Brown’s Corners (historical)
  • Clairlea
  • Cliffside
  • Cliffcrest
  • Dorset Park
  • Eglinton East
  • Golden Mile
  • Guildwood
  • Highland Creek
  • Ionview
  • L’Amoreaux
  • Malvern
  • Maryvale
  • Milliken
  • Morningside Heights
  • Morningside
  • Oakridge
  • Port Union (Centennial Scarborough)
  • Rouge
  • Scarborough City Centre
  • Scarborough Junction
  • Scarborough Village
  • Steeles
  • Tam O’Shanter – Sullivan
  • West Hill
  • West Rouge
  • Wexford
  • Woburn

Sheppard Avenue East in Agincourt

North York

North York is located north of York, Old Toronto, and East York. It was a separate city until the 1998 Amalgamation. North York is sometimes divided by two sections by Yonge Street.

  • Amesbury
  • Armour Heights
  • Bathurst Manor
  • Bayview Village
  • Bayview Woods – Steeles
  • Bermondsey
  • Black Creek
  • The Bridle Path
  • Clanton Park (Wilson Heights)
  • Don Mills
  • Don Valley Village
  • Downsview
  • Flemingdon Park
  • Glen Park
  • Henry Farm
  • Hillcrest Village
  • Hoggs Hollow
  • Humber Summit
  • Humbermede (Emery)
  • Jane and Finch (University Heights; Elia)
  • Lansing
  • Lawrence Heights
  • Ledbury Park
  • Lawrence Manor
  • Maple Leaf
  • Newtonbrook
  • North York Centre
  • Parkway Forest
  • Parkwoods
  • The Peanut
  • Pelmo Park – Humberlea
  • Pleasant View
  • Uptown Toronto
  • Victoria Village
  • Westminster–Branson
  • Willowdale
  • York Mills
  • York University Heights (Village at York)

North York Centre

York

York is situated between Old Toronto and North York, west of Bathurst Street (aside from the neighbourhood of Tichester at the southeasternmost corner of the former city). Weston was independent of York until 1967. York was a separate city until the 1998 Amalgamation.

York is often divided to two sections: a western section and an eastern section; often, GO Transit’s Barrie rail line divides the former city.

  • Baby Point
  • Briar Hill-Belgravia
  • Caledonia-Fairbank
  • Eglinton West (Little Jamaica)
  • Humewood–Cedarvale
  • Lambton
  • Mount Dennis
  • Oakwood–Vaughan (Oakwood Village; Five Points; Northcliffe)
  • Old Mill
  • Rockcliffe–Smythe
  • Silverthorn
  • Tichester
  • Weston

Businesses and apartments along Weston Road in Weston

Demographics

Main article: Demographics of Toronto neighbourhoods

City-designated neighbourhoods

For administrative purposes, the City of Toronto divides the city into 140 neighbourhoods. These divisions are used for internal planning purposes. The boundaries and names often do not conform to the usage of the general population or designated business improvement areas. A number of neighbourhood maps of Toronto do exist, some produced by real estate firms and some by Internet portals. A project to map the neighbourhoods according to the common usage of the residents was done by the Toronto Star newspaper. Based on feedback from Star readers, it has produced the most comprehensive, albeit informal, neighbourhood map.

Multiple listing service districts and neighbourhoods

After the update of Toronto Multiple listing service (MLS) on July 5, 2011, the Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB) introduced a new searching mechanism for the Toronto MLS, used by real estate agents operating in the region. MLS searches can be refined at three levels and MLS users can search houses by area, then by municipality, and then by neighbourhood or community. As with the other MLS services for other jurisdictions, it uses Microsoft’s Bing Maps for its mapping features. This was the first change of this magnitude in about 50 years of Toronto MLS history.

The change was designed to eliminate the obsolete coding systems whereby Greater Toronto was divided into 86 artificial districts denominated by alphanumeric codes. Due to the growing population in the city and the increasing difficulty of browsing the code-based system, the TREB made a radical change, which is intended to simplify the use of MLS for real estate agents as well as home buyers.

Because Toronto is an enormous municipality of its own, the core city area will continue to be split into coded districts, although each of the districts will in turn contain neighbourhoods. Hence, the City will be easily searchable as well.

The following table contains a complete list of Toronto districts with a possibly incomplete list of Toronto neighbourhoods within each district:

District NumberNeighbourhoods Included
C01Downtown, Harbourfront, Little Italy
C02The Annex, Yorkville, South Hill, Summerhill, Wychwood Park, Deer Park
C03Forest Hill South, Oakwood–Vaughan, Humewood–Cedarvale, Corso Italia
C04Bedford Park, Lawrence Manor, North Toronto, Forest Hill North
C06North York, Clanton Park, Bathurst Manor
C07Willowdale, Newtonbrook West, Westminster–Branson, Lansing-Westgate
C08Cabbagetown, St. Lawrence Market, Toronto waterfront, Moss Park, Church and Wellesley, Garden District
C09Moore Park, Rosedale
C10Davisville Village, Lawrence Park South
C11Leaside, Thorncliffe Park, Flemingdon Park
C13Don Mills, Parkwoods–Donalda, Victoria Village
C14Newtonbrook East, Willowdale East
C15Hillcrest Village, Bayview Woods – Steeles, Bayview Village, Don Valley Village, Henry Farm, Pleasant View
E01Riverdale, Danforth (Greektown), Leslieville
E02The Beaches, Woodbine Corridor
E03Danforth (Greektown), East York, Playter Estates, Broadview North (Old East York), O’Connor–Parkview, Crescent Town
E04The Golden Mile, Dorset Park, Wexford, Maryvale, Scarborough Junction (Kennedy Park), Ionview, Clairlea
E05Steeles, L’Amoreaux, Tam O’Shanter – Sullivan
E06Birch Cliff, Oakridge, Hunt Club, Cliffside
E08Scarborough Village, Cliffcrest, Guildwood, Eglinton East (Knob Hill)
E09Scarborough City Centre, Woburn, Morningside, Bendale (Cedarbrae)
E10Rouge (South), Port Union (Centennial Scarborough), West Hill, Highland Creek
E11Rouge (West), Malvern
W01High Park, South Parkdale, Swansea, Roncesvalles Village
W02Bloor West Village, Baby Point, The Junction (Junction Area), High Park North
W03Keelesdale, Eglinton West, Rockcliffe–Smythe, Weston-Pellam Park, Corso Italia
W04York, Glen Park, Amesbury (Brookhaven), Pelmo Park – Humberlea, Weston, Fairbank (Briar Hill-Belgravia), Maple Leaf, Mount Dennis
W05Downsview, Humber Summit, Humbermede (Emery), Jane and Finch (Black Creek or Glenfield-Jane Heights), York University Heights
W06New Toronto, Long Branch, Mimico, Alderwood
W07Sunnylea (The Queensway – Humber Bay)
W08The Kingsway, Central Etobicoke, Eringate – Centennial – West Deane, Princess-Rosethorn, Edenbridge-Humber Valley, Islington-City Centre West, Markland Wood
W09Kingsview Village-The Westway, Richview (Willowridge), Humber Heights – Westmount
W10Rexdale, Clairville, Thistletown – Beaumond Heights, Smithfield: Mount Olive-Silverstone-Jamestown, The Elms (Elms-Old Rexdale)

Business improvement areas

There are also several dozen city designated business improvement areas, covering almost all of Toronto’s commercial areas. Some of these serve a particular ethnic group or several similar ethnic groups.

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When and where is the DigiMarCon Canada 2020 Conference?

DigiMarCon Canada 2020 takes place from May 13th to 14th, 2020 at the Toronto Marriott Downtown Eaton Centre Hotel, Toronto, ON. Click here for travel details.


Toronto Marriott Downtown Eaton Centre Hotel Address:
525 Bay Street
Toronto, ON M5G 2L2
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Location:

  • 2.5 km from Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport (YTZ)
  • 25 km from Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ)
  • 85 km from John C. Munro Hamilton International Airport (YHM)
  • Nearest Subway Station: Dundas Subway Station (0.1 km)
  • Nearest Train Station: Union Station (1 km)
  • One of the most convenient choices among Toronto Downtown hotels with parking.


Directions:

From Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport (YTZ):

  • Take the Gardiner Expressway East and exit at York/Bay Streets.
  • Follow Bay Street north and the hotel will be on the right just north of Queen Street.
  • Arrive at Toronto Marriott Downtown Eaton Centre Hotel
  • Estimated taxi fare: 20 CAD (one way)

From Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ):

  • Take Highway 427 South to the QEW-Queen Elizabeth Way East to the Gardiner Expressway East and exit at York/Bay Streets.
  • Follow Bay Street north and the hotel will be on the right just north of Queen Street.
  • Arrive at Toronto Marriott Downtown Eaton Centre Hotel
  • Estimated taxi fare: 65 CAD (one way)

From John C. Munro Hamilton International Airport (YHM):

  • Take Highway 403 East to the QEW-Queen Elizabeth Way East to Gardiner Expressway and exit at York/Bay Streets.
  • Follow Bay Street north and the hotel will be on the right just north of Queen Street.
  • Arrive at Toronto Marriott Downtown Eaton Centre Hotel
  • Estimated taxi fare: 100 CAD (one way)


Parking Information:
On-site parking, fee: 7 CAD hourly, 35 CAD daily
Valet parking, fee: 45 CAD daily (subject to change).


What’s the Schedule?

Here’s the high-level schedule (note: all times are Eastern Daylight Time):

Wednesday, May 16, 2019
9:00am - 9:45am: Registration Check-in, Welcome Refreshments & Networking
9:45am - 12:00pm: General Session
12:00pm – 1:00pm: Networking Luncheon
1:00pm – 3:00pm: General Session
3:00pm – 3:40pm: Refreshments & Networking
3:40pm – 5:00pm: General Session
5:00pm – 5:30pm: Charter Bus to Distillery District
5:00pm – 9:00pm: Welcome Dinner Reception
7:30pm – 9:00pm: Charter Bus to Toronto Marriott Downtown Hotel

Thursday, May 17, 2019
9:00am - 9:45am: Registration Check-in, Welcome Refreshments & Networking
9:45am – 12:30pm: Master Classes
12:30pm – 1:30pm: Networking Luncheon
1:30pm – 3:30pm: Master Classes
3:30pm - 5:30pm: Farewell Cocktail Reception


How much does it cost to attend DigiMarCon Canada 2020?

Regular price is $797 (CAD) for a main conference access. We are also offering an All Access Pass, which includes the main conference, all Master Classes, Welcome and Farewell Cocktail Receptions and Video on Demand, for $1,097 (CAD). Last but not least we have a Virtual Pass/Video On Demand (VOD) option for those who can’t make the conference for $347 (CAD). For more information about pricing and the different passes available please click here.


What is included in the Main Conference Pass registration fee?

Your completed Main Conference Pass registration provides you the following:

  • Conference Bag
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  • TECHSPO Hall (Unlimited Access) – Wednesday, May 13th, 2019
  • AM/PM Refreshments, Networking Luncheon – Wednesday, May 13th, 2019
  • Welcome Dinner Reception – Wednesday, May 13th, 2019


What is included in the All Access Pass registration fee?

Your completed All Access Pass registration provides you everything included in the Main Conference Pass plus the following:

  • All Master Classes – Thursday, May 14th, 2019
  • TECHSPO Hall (Unlimited Access) – Thursday, May 14th, 2019
  • AM Refreshments, Networking Luncheon – Thursday, May 14th, 2019
  • Farewell Cocktail Reception – Thursday, May 14th, 2019
  • On Demand – Available online approximately 2 weeks after conference concludes


What is included in the VIP Pass registration fee?

Your completed VIP Pass registration provides you everything included in the All Access Pass plus the following:

  • VIP Priority Registration Check-In – Wednesday, May 13th, 2019
  • VIP Seating on General Session Day – Wednesday, May 13th, 2019
  • VIP Seating on Master Class Day – Thursday, May 14th, 2019


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There are just a few simple Group Registration rules:

  • All registrants must be employed by the same company.
  • All members of the group must be registered at the same time. Discounts will not be applied retroactively.
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  • Group Registration Rates cannot be combined with any other offers.

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Are there academic, government, nonprofit or military discounts?

Academic, Government, Military & Non-Profit discount rates at DigiMarCon Canada 2020 apply to current full-time employees of academic institutions, federal, state or local government agencies, international government agencies, active military and non-profit organization employees only.

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What is the dress code?

Conference attire is business casual for all events, including the evening events. We do recommend bringing a sweater or light jacket with you since personal preferences vary regarding room temperature.


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All attendees at the conference and networking events must be registered attendees who purchased tickets.


Can I send a substitute in my place?

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You may cancel your participation in DigiMarCon Canada 2020 at any time, but please be aware of the following cancellation policy listed below.

Registration cancellations received 90 days prior to the Conference incur a 25% processing/administrative fee. Refunds will be issued within 30 days after event. If you must cancel for any reason, notify our registration department by 90 days prior to the Conference. Cancellations less than 90 days prior to the Conference are non-refundable. Substitutions allowed prior to 90 days prior to the Conference with written or Faxed authorization only. No substitutions less than 90 days prior to the Conference. Cancellations less than 90 days prior to the Conference are non-refundable for any reason, including, but not limited to, failure to use DigiMarCon credentials due to illness, acts of God, travel-related problems, acts of terrorism, loss of employment and duplicate purchase. DigiMarCon will not issue refunds for badges that have been revoked.

Unused registrations/applications have no monetary value and cannot be credited to future years or events. DigiMarCon will not issue refunds or credits due to failure to redeem a discount coupon during the registration process. Discounted prices are based on the date payment is received in the DigiMarCon office. Reselling DigiMarCon Canada 2020 registrations is not permitted.


I live outside of Canada, do you accept attendees from other countries?

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I live outside of Canada and my country requires a Visa to visit Canada, can DigiMarCon prepare an invitation letter for me to attend the conference for Visa Processing purposes?

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I live outside of Canada and my country requires a Visa to visit Canada, if my Visa Application is declined will I get a refund?

You can request a cancellation at any time. Refer to our refund policy for refund eligibility criteria.


Where should I stay in Toronto?

The official conference hotel to stay in Toronto is;

Toronto Marriott Downtown Eaton Centre Hotel
525 Bay Street
Toronto, ON M5G 2L2
Canada
https://digimarconcanada.ca/toronto-marriott-downtown-eaton-centre-hotel/

Hotel Booking Instructions

To book a room at Toronto Marriott Downtown Eaton Centre Hotel follow the instructions below;

By Phone:
Call 1-800-228-9290, ask for reservations, give group name ‘DigiMarCon Canada 2020’ and arrival date and book.


What networking activities are associated with DigiMarCon Canada 2020?

A full list of the official conference networking functions are available here.


Will I receive event updates?

Yes, DigiMarCon will send emails periodically to update you on the agenda, event happenings and logistics. Please make sure that the email address registration[at]digimarcon.com (replace at with @) is in your safe senders list to ensure you are receiving all important event information.


How can I submit to speak at DigiMarCon Canada 2020?

There are a limited number of sponsored keynote speaking spots still available during the conference. Please contact Aaron Polmeer, aaron[at]digimarcon.com (replace at with @), if you are interested in this opportunity.


Can I record what is presented at DigiMarCon Canada 2020?

Sessions may be audio recorded without special permission for personal use only. They cannot be placed online or transmitted to others without permission.

Sessions may be videoed only with special permission for personal use and also cannot be placed online or transmitted to others. Short audio and video clips may be used for blogging and press coverage of sessions. As a general guide, non-contiguous clips of one minute or less should be used. Contact us if you need guidance about longer clips.


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