We have organized most of the neighbourhoods Streeter covers into 10 larger, geographically cohesive groups we call community editions in midtown, central and east-end Toronto.
Consult the map above to see which community is yours. You can click on any community on the map to be taken directly to the news, views and things to do in the area.
Or select your community edition from the descriptions below.
The BEACHES-LESLIEVILLE edition covers the area east of the Don Valley to Victoria Park Avenue, stretching along the lakeshore and separated from Riverdale-East York to the north and west by the curving VIA rail line. It encompasses all or parts of Leslieville, Greenwood-Coxwell, the Beach and Upper Beaches and other east-end neighbourhoods. It also includes several of Toronto’s finest large parks and, of course, popular beaches.
The CENTRAL TORONTO edition covers the neighbourhoods spread around that famous central Toronto intersection — Yonge and Bloor streets. Included north of Bloor are the neighbourhoods of The Annex, Yorkville, Summerhill, Rosedale and Moore Park. South of Bloor are Harbord Village, Kensington, Baldwin Village, University, the Bay Street Corridor, Church and Wellesley, St. James Town, and Cabbagetown and other central neighbourhoods, sometimes considered part of Downtown Toronto.
The DAVENPORT edition mostly covers the Davenport municipal ward (Ward 9), and the equivalent federal and provincial ridings. Situated south of Eglinton Avenue West and east of the rail line, the area encompasses neighbourhoods north of Davenport Road including part of Silverthorn, Caledonia-Fairbank, Earlscourt, Carleton Village and Regal Heights. South of Davenport Road are the neighbourhoods of Davenport, the Junction Triangle, Wallace-Emerson, Dovercourt Park, Christie Pits and Seaton Village.
The DON VALLEY edition covers the communities on both sides of the Don Valley south of Highway 401. It includes the neighbourhoods of Don Mills, Flemingdon Park and Graydon Hall on the west side, and Parkwoods and Victoria Village and others on the east side.
The FOREST HILL edition covers the area centred on Forest Hill to the northwest of Central Toronto. It includes the neighbourhoods of Cedarvale, Humewood, Wychwood Park, Casa Loma, South Hill, Forest Hill Village, Forest Hill North and Allenby.
The LAWRENCE WEST edition.
The LEASIDE edition covers the area to the northeast of Central Toronto and southeast of North Toronto, taking in the neighbourhoods of Leaside, Bennington Heights, North Leaside and part of Davisville near Bayview Avenue.
The NORTH TORONTO edition covers much, if not all, of the large midtown Toronto area — the northern end of old Toronto — centring on Yonge Street and stretching from the neighbourhood of Deer Park at St. Clair Avenue in the south to Bedford and Teddington parks north of Lawrence Avenue. Its central neighbourhood is Yonge-Eglinton. Other neighbourhoods west of Yonge also include Chaplin Estates, Lawrence Park, Lytton Park, Ledbury Park. East of Yonge are also found Davisville, Mount Pleasant, Bridle Path, Sunnybrook, Wanless Park and other neighbourhoods.
The RIVERDALE-EAST YORK edition covers the former Borough of East York east of the Don Valley, as well as Riverdale which straddles Danforth Avenue south of East York and stretches as far south as Lakeshore Drive. In addition to the neighbourhoods of Old East York and Riverdale, it includes Riverside (sometimes called South Riverdale), Playter Estates, East Danforth, Crescent Town, Woodbine Heights, Parkview Hills and other east-end neighbourhoods.
The YORK MILLS edition.