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Bedford Park is a suburb just outside the downtown core of Toronto.
It borders Lawrence Park, which was ranked Canada's wealthiest neighborhood in 2011.
The City of Toronto's neighbourhood definitions place Bedford Park within a larger neighbourhood, called Bedford Park-Nortown.
The border of this larger area extend to Bathurst Street on the west, Highway 401 to the north, Hillhurst Boulevard (just north of Eglinton Avenue) to the south, and zigzags from northeast to southwest along Yonge Street and Avenue Road.
The area began as a hamlet that was a popular stopover for farmers making their way to market in the city.
The neighbourhood was likely named after the Bedford Park Hotel, which opened in 1873 at the southwest corner of Yonge Street and Fairlawn Avenue, just north of Lawrence Avenue. In 2011, there were 4599 people living in Bedford Park, 2260 male and 2375 female. 53% were third or higher generation Canadian, meaning the resident and both parents were born in Canada. 26.2% were second generation and 20.7% were first generation (immigrants). In 2006, there were 4360 residents, 2105 male and 2220 female. 50% were third or higher generation. 28.8% were second generation and 21.2% were first generation.
Sources: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bedford_Park,_Toronto, http://www.torontoneighbourhoods.net/neighbourhoods/uptown/bedford-park?overview