Welcome to Etobicoke

A realm of diversified beauty nestled between nature and city sophistication
Exemplifying the harmonious blend of city and suburban landscapes, Etobicoke is a prestigious administrative district in Toronto, Ontario. As the city's western frontier, Etobicoke lies serenely bordered by Lake Ontario to the south, the Humber River to the east, and the thriving cities of Brampton and Mississauga to the west.

Etobicoke blossomed from an agricultural hub to city status in the 20th century, growing through the amalgamation of various independent villages and towns. Today, Etobicoke presents a primarily suburban setup marked by striking architectural vistas of shopping malls, cul-de-sac housing developments, and bustling main streets. Expressways crisscross this district, making it highly accessible and convenient for residents and visitors.

What to Love

  • Rich historical roots dating back to the 1790s
  • A blend of suburban development and industrialization
  • Proximity to Lake Ontario and multiple rivers
  • Excellent connectivity via several expressways
  • Presence of distinguished educational institutions

Local Lifestyle

Since the 1790s, Etobicoke blossomed as a township encased by Lake Ontario's beauty, the Humber River's serenity, and the vibrancy of its western and northern borders. Following its amalgamation with the City of Toronto in 1998, Etobicoke emerged as the city's western boundary, crafting a unique lifestyle that merges historical richness with modern comforts. The local lifestyle here is a potpourri of cultures and experiences.

Dining and Entertainment

In Etobicoke, every meal is an adventure, and every visit to an establishment is a story waiting to unfold. The local dining scene brims with many culinary delights, each offering a unique gastronomic journey. Via Allegro Ristorante is an incredible upscale Italian dining establishment that features a 5,000-bottle wine cellar. The service is friendly, attentive, and knowledgeable, promising an experience that extends beyond mere dining. Dive into all-you-can-eat Thai and Japanese cuisine at Spoon & Fork, a local mainstay that will have you coming back for seconds. From cozy cafes to upscale restaurants, you will surely find a spot that matches your mood and satiates your cravings.

The entertainment options are just as diverse and captivating. Whether you're looking for a fun night out with friends or a quiet evening of relaxation, Etobicoke has something for everyone. The neighbourhood is dotted with chic bars and lounges, each with its unique ambiance and a perfectly crafted drink menu. For a unique experience, check out Woodbine Racetrack, where you can see horse racing up close, indulge in a selection of food and drinks, and enjoy the day with friends and family.

Things to Do

In Etobicoke, the opportunities for recreation and enjoyment are endless. For nature lovers, the district is home to beautiful parks and natural sites that promise a refreshing escape from the city hustle. A walk by Lake Ontario or a picnic by the Humber River can make for a perfect day out. Exceptional golf courses are available for those wanting to test their swing, including Islington Golf Club and St. George's Golf and Country Club.

Cultural enthusiasts will find plenty to love in Etobicoke as well. The district has numerous art galleries, museums, and historic landmarks that reflect the region's rich history and vibrant art scene. Just a short drive away is the Royal Ontario Museum and the Art Gallery of Ontario, two world-renowned cultural attractions. Whether you're an art aficionado or a history buff, there's always something to explore and learn in Etobicoke.

Overview for Etobicoke, Ontario

12,218 people live in Etobicoke, where the median age is 45 and the average individual income is $104,369. Data provided by Statistics Canada.


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Demographics and Employment Data for Etobicoke, Ontario

Etobicoke has 4,735 households, with an average household size of 3. Data provided by Statistics Canada. Here’s what the people living in Etobicoke do for work — and how long it takes them to get there. Data provided by Statistics Canada.


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Schools in Etobicoke, Ontario

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The following schools are within or nearby Etobicoke. The rating and statistics can serve as a starting point to make baseline comparisons on the right schools for your family. Data provided by Statistics Canada.
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Broadacres Junior Public School
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No rating available
Eatonville Junior School
PreK - 5th
No rating available

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