Etobicoke makes the City of Toronto’s western border, and is bounded by Lake Ontario to the south Highway 407 and Woodbridge to the north, Highway 427 and Mississauga to the west, and the Humber River to the east. Filled with family-friendly neighbourhoods, an energetic core, numerous waterfront amenities, opportunities to explore nature, and excellent transportation access, Etobicoke is a favourite for people with kids as well as  commuters.

Etobicoke Amenities

Schools: Humber Valley Village Junior Middle School, Kingsway College School (private), Olivet School, and Vincent Massey Academy are some of the area’s best educational institutes.

Restaurants: LaVinia Restaurant serving authentic Spanish tapas, ViBo Restaurant offering seasonal Italian cuisine and extensive wine list, and Merlot Restaurant preparing classic French dishes are a few of the area’s popular dining spots. 

Recreation: Etobicoke regularly hosts events like the Lakeshore Community Festival, Etobicoke-Lakeshore Christmas Parade, and the Mimico Festival. There is also Colonel Samuel Smith Park (home to Lakeshore Yacht Club), Marie Curtis Park (where Toronto Waterfront Trail and Etobicoke Creek Trail meet), and Long Branch Park (home to the Lakeshore Summer Concert Series). Those who love active lifestyles will enjoy being surrounded by a number of greenspaces, including West Humber Parkland, Humber Sheppard Park, Humber Arboretum, and Humber Valley Golf Course. 

Getting to Etobicoke by transit

Buses 112, 50, and 76 take commuters to the neighbourhood, as well as the Bloor-Danforth subway line 2. Etobicoke is also crossed by major highways 407, 427, 401, Queen Elizabeth Way, and Lakeshore Boulevard West.

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