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East York was a former administrative district and municipality within Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
It was a semi-autonomous borough within the overall municipality of Metropolitan Toronto until 1998, when it was amalgamated into the new "megacity" of Toronto. Before the amalgamation, it was Canada's only borough.East York was originally part of York Township. Following the incorporation of the Township of North York in 1922, York Township was divided by Toronto, Leaside and North Toronto. With the rapid growth that followed the opening of the Bloor-Danforth (Prince Edward) Viaduct in 1919, the residents of the eastern half of York Township (as an exclave of the western half) felt they had been neglected by the township when it came to roads, sewers and other municipal services.
East York is located just near the mouth of the Don River.
The municipality borders Scarborough to the east, Old Toronto to the west, and North York to the north.
Toronto District School Board operates English-language and French Immersion secular public schools. East York Board of Education, the previous education authority, merged into the TDSB.
The Toronto Catholic District School Board also operates 4 elementary schools and no high school in that area (one was closed and went defunct). St. Patrick Catholic Secondary School, however, is a feeder school for all East York Catholics.