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St. Paul’s

The Riding

St. Paul’s is a remarkably diverse riding, running from Dufferin Street in the west to Mount Pleasant in the east, Eglinton Avenue in the north (with a little slice east of Yonge Street running up to Broadview Avenue) down to the Canadian Pacific Railway in the south.  As a result of an increased population in the city of Toronto, tthe riding boundaries for St. Paul’s were changed in 2014 to accommodate a new Toronto riding called University-Rosedale. Here is the official description:

The new riding boundaries are described as follows: Consisting of that part of the City of Toronto described as follows: commencing at the intersection of Eglinton Avenue West and Dufferin Street; thence southerly along Dufferin Street to Rogers Road; thence easterly along said road to Oakwood Avenue; thence southerly along said avenue to Holland Park Avenue; thence easterly along said avenue to Winona Drive; thence generally southerly along said drive to Davenport Road; thence westerly along said road to Ossington Avenue; thence southerly along said avenue to the Canadian Pacific Railway; thence generally easterly along said railway to Yonge Street; thence northerly along said street to Jackes Avenue; thence easterly along said avenue to the westerly boundary of the Rosehill Reservoir; thence northerly along said boundary to Rosehill Avenue; thence easterly along said avenue and its easterly production to the Don River Tributary situated easterly of Avoca Avenue; thence generally northwesterly along said tributary and its northwesterly production to the southerly boundary of the Mount Pleasant Cemetery; thence generally easterly along said boundary to Mount Pleasant Road; thence northerly along said road to Broadway Avenue; thence westerly along said avenue to Yonge Street; thence southerly along said street to Eglinton Avenue West; thence westerly along said avenue to the point of commencement.

Our different neighbourhoods, many of which have a great variety of residential and commercial buildings in close proximity, produce a wonderful community that reflects the diversity of Toronto.  St. Paul’s is an exciting place to live and work, is well served by public transport, and is close to the downtown cultural, political and financial centre.

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