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Thistletown is a culturally diverse neighbourhood in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
It consists of the area surrounding the intersection of Albion Road and Islington Avenue in the former City of Etobicoke.
It is nestled amidst the rustic beauty of the Humber River Valley lands.
This picturesque neighbourhood is home to a wide mix of people from many different cultural backgrounds.
This place has unique charm has led many second and third generation
Thistletowners to raise their families here.
This area has seen many changes and many ethnic groups arrive and flourish. Presently the corners of Albion and Islington in
Thistletown has a large presence of East Indian stores and services.
They are joined by a variety of Caribbean/West Indian, Indian, Sri Lankan, and Pakistani stores. 43% of those living in this area, more specifically the CT-0250.05 are of South
The village of
Thistletown (originally called St Andrew's) was planned for John Grubb (1783-1850) in 1847 around the intersection of Albion Road and Islington Avenue. Grubb migrated from Scotland to Etobicoke in 1833.