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Maple is a high-growth suburban community, part of the city of Vaughan, Ontario in York Region, northwest of Toronto, Ontario. As an unincorporated area, it does not have clearly defined geographic boundaries, but it grew around the former village of Maple, centred at the intersection of Major Mackenzie Dr and Keele St in Vaughan.
The west branch of the Don River rises to the northwest and flows 1 km west of Maple. Several creeks are to the east and the Black Creek begins slightly west of Vellore.
The Oak Ridges Moraine is to the northeast which supplies a lot of water to the Greater Toronto Area.
The founding families of Maple were the Noble and the Rupert families.
The Nobles settled around the present Major Mackenzie Drive and Keele Street intersection in the early half of the 19th century.
In 1852 the town was called Noble’s Corner after Joseph Noble, the first Postmaster. Later, a Doctor Rupert lived in Maple and was such a respected member of the community that the town’s name was changed to Rupertsville. Local folklore associates the name "Maple" with the numerous Maple trees once found along Keele Street in the town. Maple was dominated for most of the 19th century by the more prosperous towns of Sherwood and Teston.
Sources: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maple,_Ontario, https://www.vaughan.ca/services/vaughan_archives/historyofvaughan/Pages/History-of-Maple.aspx