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Little Portugal (also known as Portugal Village (Portuguese: Pequeno Portugal / aldeia Portugal) is a neighbourhood and ethnic enclave in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
It is located west of downtown in the "Old" City of Toronto.
It is bound on the west by Lansdowne Avenue, on the north by College Street, on the east by Bathurst Street and on the south by the Go Transit and Union Pearson Express railway tracks.
The area is mainly residential, with Portuguese businesses along Dundas Street West and College Street.
This neighbourhood is predominantly a residential area.
The largest ethnic group are Portuguese and numbers of Portuguese storefronts are located along College and Dundas Streets, giving the area its name.
There is a fine stock of mid-century homes.
The area has many residents of Portuguese and more recently Brazilian backgrounds.
The second largest language group used after Portuguese are Chinese, Spanish, and Vietnamese. Above 40% of the population in Little Portugal identify as Portuguese.
Sources: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Little_Portugal,_Toronto, https://torontolife.com/tag/little-portugal/