East York

East York

geographical name

Definition of EAST YORK

former borough Canada in SE Ontario, now part of Toronto

East York

   (Concise Encyclopedia)

Borough (pop., 2001: 115,185), southeastern Ontario, Canada. With the cities of North York, Toronto, Scarborough, York, and Etobicoke, it forms the municipality of Metropolitan Toronto. A planned industrial and residential urban complex, it was established in 1967 through the amalgamation of the former East York township (created in 1924) and the former town of Leaside (settled 1819).


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