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Downsview is one of Toronto's largest neighbourhoods.
It has a large
Italian community centred around Keele Street as well as a large Jewish community centred around Bathurst Street and Wilson Avenue.
The Town Square is flanked on one side by a magnificent water feature that twice every hour, erupts into a four minute choreographed show. At the other end of the Town Square is an eye popping clock tower that is actually a sculpture designed by famed Canadian artist and author Douglas Coupland.
The symbols on this unique clock tower are models of houses that resemble those found in the Don Mills neighbourhood.
The area is named for the farm settled by John Perkins Bull called Downs View in 1842 near Keele Street and Rustic Road.
The military base and the de Havilland company, including the runway and all buildings, was closed and sold to Bombardier Aerospace in 1994. Bombardier has been manufacturing and testing commercial aircraft on the site since then. Some 1000 de Havilland DH 98 Mosquito aircraft were built by the company at Downsview during the Second World War.