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Pape Village is a commercial district in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, located within the neighbourhood of Old East York.
It is a mixed-use shopping street, consisting mainly of small-scale retail, restaurant and personal service uses.
The district is located along Pape Avenue, between Mortimer Avenue and Gamble Avenue, in the former Borough of East York.
The Danforth is located several blocks to the south, and the Don Valley is located several blocks to the west and north.
Historically, the entire area was known as "Todmorden", which extended from the Don Valley to the west and north, to approximately what is now Mortimer Avenue to the south and Donlands Avenue to the east. Todmorden was named by John Eastwood, an early settler in the early 19th century, who believed that the landscape was reminiscent of Todmorden in Yorkshire, England. Although Todmorden was never incorporated as a village, the use of the name both colloquially and as a postal address persisted until the 1940s.
Sources: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pape_Village, https://festivalstoronto.com/locations/pape-village/