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Italy, sometimes referred to as College Street West, is a district in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
It is known for its
Italian Canadian restaurants and businesses.
There is also a significant Latin-Canadian and Portuguese-Canadian community in the area.
The district is centred on a restaurant/bar/shopping strip along College Street, centred at the intersection of College and Grace Streets and the adjacent residential area, but spreading out between Ossington Avenue and Dufferin Street. College Street was fully laid out in the area by 1900 and the area was filled with buildings from the early 1900s. College Street is fronted by two- and three-storey buildings, with commercial uses on the ground floor and residential or storage uses on the upper floors.
Italians arrived in Toronto in large numbers during the early 20th century.
Italians first settled in an area then known as
The Ward, centred on University Avenue and College Street.
By the 1920s, most
Italians had moved west of Bathurst Street and the College-Clinton area had emerged as the city's major Little
Italy. Toronto District School Board (TDSB) operates English-language secular public schools.
The school board operates a elementary as well as a secondary school in the area. Opened in 1916, Central Toronto Academy is a public, semestered secondary school operated by TDSB.
It is located on Shaw Street.
Sources: https://www.seetorontonow.com/explore-toronto/neighbourhoods/little-italy/, http://www.torontoneighbourhoods.net/neighbourhoods/downtown/little-italy?overview