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Leaside is a neighbourhood in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
It is located northeast of Downtown Toronto, in the vicinity of Eglinton Avenue East and Bayview Avenue.
The area takes its name from William Lea and the Lea family, who settled there in the early years of the 19th century.
The area first developed as farmland along with Toronto through the 19th century.
The general area of Toronto had been inhabited by various Natives at least as early as 3000 BCE, when the Laurentian peoples moved south into the area just east of Toronto.
The first European known to travel to the area was Étienne Brûlé, who passed through the area in the early part of the 17th century. Surveying by Europeans began in earnest in the 1780s, with people fleeing the American Revolution.
In 1912, William Mackenzie and Donald Mann, the owners of the Canadian Northern Railway, hired landscape architect Frederick Todd to plan development for a community to be built around a maintenance yard for their railway, which ran beside the CP lines through the Leaside area.
Leaside lies on the Iroquois Plain.
The actions of the glacial Lake Iroquois made the Leaside area into a flat plateau, surrounded on three sides by deep river valleys.
Sources: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leaside, http://www.torontoneighbourhoods.net/neighbourhoods/east-york/leaside?overview