From its early 20th century roots as Toronto’s Jewish marketplace, Kensington has absorbed wave after wave of immigration. Today, Kensington’s small maze of main streets caters to a panoply of ethnicities, as well as a unique assortment of tourists, locals and resident eccentrics. In 2006, the neighbourhood was declared a National Historic Site, yet it’s a long way off being a museum piece—these crowded, dirty streets are still the city’s most charmingly anarchic.
News from Kensington Market
Mon Mar 11, 2013
Missed your warm-weather vacay this year? The Kulture Klub, a new culture-based event...