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Sunnylea is a highly sought after neighbourhood that is especially popular with young families.
There is a country charm here thanks to the Mimico Creek which gently meanders through the centre of this neighbourhood. Sunnylea's many mature trees and the exclusion of sidewalks add to its country-like ambience.
This place is known for its excellent schools which are a popular drawing card for this neighbourhood.
The elementary schools have definite enrollment boundaries that serve different parts of this neighbourhood.
In 1907, the first Sunnylea School - a two room white brick schoolhouse - was built on Prince Edward Drive. Edna G. Whitworth, a pupil at the school won a contest in coming up with the Sunnylea name which also became the name of this community.
Sunnylea's old farms were subdivided in the 1930's and 40's, when the present day neighbourhood was developed.
The influx of new families to this community led to the opening of the second Sunnylea school in 1942.
Sources: http://www.torontoneighbourhoods.net/neighbourhoods/etobicoke/sunnylea, http://www.torontoneighbourhoods.net/neighbourhoods/etobicoke/sunnylea/history