Villages of Etobicoke
Situated on the north shore of Lake Ontario, the former municipality of Etobicoke covers an area of over 125 sq.km. (48 sq.mi.), from the Humber River in the east to Etobicoke Creek and the Indian Line in the west, and to Steeles Avenue in the north. Within this territory lies an increasingly diverse collection of communities.
Now a part of the amalgamated City of Toronto, Etobicoke still derives much of its identity from the original villages from which it grew. With intensive urbanization, these villages have become distinctive neighbourhoods within the larger city. These older villages include: