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Dorset Park is a neighbourhood in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
It is located in the western part of the district of Scarborough.
The neighbourhood is bordered by Highway 401 to the north, Midland Avenue to the east, Lawrence Avenue to the south, and Birchmount Road to the west. Kennedy Road runs along the neighbourhood's centre north and south and Ellesmere Road runs along the centre east and west.
The main high school in the area is Winston Churchill Collegiate Institute, located in the south end of the neighbourhood.
The business district of Scarborough is carried right through the heart of Dorset Park along Kennedy Road from Highway 401 to Lawrence Avenue.
The area was formerly agricultural in nature, with the majority of the housing built in the 1950s.
Sources: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dorset_Park, https://www.toronto.com/community-static/4546604-dorset-park/