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Milliken and Milliken Mills are neighbourhoods in the cities of Toronto and Markham, comprising Milliken in the city of Toronto and Milliken Mills East and Milliken Mills West in the city of Markham. Located in the north east section of Scarborough and south east Unionville, the neighbourhoods are centered on Old Kennedy Road (see also Kennedy Road in York Region) and Steeles Avenue.
The area now called "Milliken" or "Milliken's Corner" was first settled in 1798 by William Dumont. Norman Milliken settled in the area around 1807.
In 1814, Milliken received the deed for lot 1, concession 5, Markham Township. Milliken operated a lumber business in what was then a rural hamlet called Milliken Corners.
The hamlet became a postal village when the first post office was established in 1858 (on the now Markham side) and was called Milliken after Norman Milliken.
Once agricultural land, much of which disappeared with residential development beginning in the 1970s and ending near the late 1980s.
The City of Markham initiated an initiative to develop "Main Street Milliken" around Old Kennedy Rd.
The area has suffered from years of neglect, and revitalization plans have been welcomed by community members. New developments include a condominium development on Kennedy and Denison, Dairy Queen, Major Milliken Pub and a new housing project on Old Kennedy Rd.
Sources: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Milliken,_Ontario, https://www.movingincanada.com/Ontario/Scarborough-Neighbourhoods-Agincourt-Milliken.asp