The real Little Italy
St. Clair Avenue between Westmount and Lansdowne had supplanted the better-known College Street Little Italy as Toronto’s centre of Italian life by the 1960s. Like most immigrant neighbourhoods in the old city, the population is aging and the ethnic identity is slowly waning, though an Italian flavour still dominates its shops and restaurants. For now, the area is a lively, unpretentious urban neighbourhood, comfortably removed from the downtown bustle.
News from Corso Italia
Thu Dec 20, 2012
There are plenty of perfectly respectable Christmas-light displays throughout the city...