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Newtonbrook is a neighbourhood in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
In the 19th century, it was a separate municipality.
It is located in the area around Yonge Street and Finch Avenue in the district of North York between the east and west branches of the Don River. North York was a city that was merged with five other municipalities to form the amalgamated "new" City of Toronto in 1998.
Chinese is the second-most spoken language in the area after English. Korean is well behind as the third. Together they make up over 40% of the ethnic minorities in the area.
The area also has significant Russian and Jewish and Iranian minorities.
The average income in the area is above the average for Toronto and a majority of residents live in single detached or semi-detached houses, which they own.
It was settled by Europeans in the early 19th century. Newtonbrook's early industries included saw and grist mills on the east and west branches of the Don River.
The town's Newton Brook Wesleyan Church was named after Reverend Robert Newton.
In 1847, Lieutenant Colonel William S. Durie of
The Queen's Own Rifles of Canada subdivided part of his Newtonbrook property.
The resulting subdivision is now Drewry Avenue.
In the 1950s, Newtonbrook was subdivided for a massive residential development. Most of the town's landmarks were removed, except for the Newtonbrook Schoolhouse and the Newtonbrook General Store. Just one house from the original Drewry Avenue subdivision remains.
Sources: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Newtonbrook, http://www.torontoneighbourhoods.net/neighbourhoods/north-york/newtonbrook?overview