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A list of Retirement Homes in Toronto Ontario. *An asterisk on the right of each name denotes that this residence matches your search criteria from information provided from a previous year and/or little further information is available. Facilities listed without an asterisk, have provided detailed up-to-date information for 2017 .

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HAZELTON PLACE RETIREMENT RESIDENCE (Retirement Homes) 
111 Avenue Road Toronto ON M5R 3J8 

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MCCOWAN RETIREMENT RESIDENCE (Retirement Homes) 
2881 Eglinton Avenue East Toronto [Scarborough] ON M1J 0A2 

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L'CHAIM RETIREMENT HOMES INC. (Retirement Homes) 
718 Sheppard Avenue West Toronto [North York] ON M3H 2S6 

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RETIREMENT SUITES BY THE LAKE (Retirement Homes) 
2121 Kingston Road Toronto [Scarborough] ON M1N 1T5 

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CANTERBURY PLACE RETIREMENT RESIDENCE (Retirement Homes) 
1 Canterbury Place Toronto [North York] ON M2N 0G7 

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GREENVIEW LODGE SENIOR CARE RESIDENCE (Retirement Homes) 
880 Lawrence Avenue East Toronto [North York] ON M3C 1P6 
ALEXIS LODGE RETIREMENT RESIDENCE  (Retirement Homes) 
705-707 Ellesmere Road Toronto [Scarborough] ON M1P 2W1
AMICA AT BAYVIEW  (Retirement Homes) 
15 Barberry Place Toronto [North York] ON M2K 1G9
AMICA AT BAYVIEW GARDENS  (Retirement Homes) 
19 Rean Drive Toronto [North York] ON M2K 0A4
AMICA AT THE BALMORAL CLUB  (Retirement Homes) 
155 Balmoral Avenue Toronto ON M4V 1J5
BEACH ARMS RETIREMENT RESIDENCE  (Retirement Homes) 
505 Kingston Road Toronto ON M4L 1V5
BELMONT HOUSE  (Retirement Homes) 
55 Belmont Street Toronto ON M5R 1R1
BRITON HOUSE RETIREMENT CENTRE (THE)  (Retirement Homes) 
720 Mount Pleasant Road Toronto ON M4S 2N6
DAVENHILL SENIOR LIVING  (Retirement Homes) 
877 Yonge Street Toronto ON M4W 3M2
DELMANOR NORTHTOWN  (Retirement Homes) 
5351 Yonge Street Toronto [North York] ON M2N 7L5
DELMANOR PRINCE EDWARD  (Retirement Homes) 
4180 Dundas Street West Toronto [Etobicoke] ON M8X 1X8
DELMANOR WYNFORD  (Retirement Homes) 
187 Wynford Drive Toronto [North York] ON M3C 0C7
FORESTVIEW RETIREMENT RESIDENCE  (Retirement Homes) 
537 Finch Avenue Toronto [North York] ON M2R 3Y3
HAROLD AND GRACE BAKER CENTRE  (Retirement Homes) 
1 Northwestern Avenue Toronto ON M6M 2J7
LEASIDE RETIREMENT RESIDENCE BY REVERA  (Retirement Homes) 
10/14 William Morgan Drive Toronto ON M4H 1E7
MEIGHEN RETIREMENT RESIDENCE  (Retirement Homes) 
84 Davisville Avenue Toronto ON M4S 1G1
NEW HORIZONS TOWER  (Retirement Homes) 
1140 Bloor Street West Toronto ON M6H 4E6
SCARBOROUGH RETIREMENT RESIDENCE  (Retirement Homes) 
148 Markham Road Toronto [Scarborough] ON M1M 2Z8
SHEPHERD TERRACE RETIREMENT RESIDENCE  (Retirement Homes) 
3760 Sheppard Avenue East Toronto [Scarborough] ON M1T 3K9
ST. HILDAS SENIOR CARE COMMUNITY  (Retirement Homes) 
2339 Dufferin Street at Eglinton Avenue Toronto ON M6E 4Z5
TAPESTRY AT VILLAGE GATE WEST  (Retirement Homes) 
15 Summerland Terrace Toronto [Etobicoke] ON M9A OB5
THE DUNFIELD  (Retirement Homes) 
77 Dunfield Avenue Toronto ON M4S 2H3
VILLA PUGLIESE ASSISTED LIVING FACILITY  (Retirement Homes) 
50 Gooderham Drive Toronto [Scarborough] ON M1R 3G7
147 ELDER STREET  (Retirement Homes)  *
147 Elder Street Toronto [North York] ON M3H 5G9
ABBEYFIELD HOUSE LAKESIDE AVENUE  (Retirement Homes)  *
38 Lakeside Avenue Toronto [Scarborough] ON M1N 3C1
ADELINE'S LODGE  (Retirement Homes)  *
379 Lake Promenade Toronto [Etobicoke] ON M8W 1C1
AVONDALE RETIREMENT RESIDENCE  (Retirement Homes)  *
1238 Queen Street East Toronto ON M4L 1C3
BAYBRIDGE - KENSINGTON PLACE RETIREMENT RESIDENCE  (Retirement Homes)  *
866 Sheppard Avenue West Toronto [North York] ON M3H 2T5
BAYBRIDGE - LIVING LIFE ON THE AVENUE  (Retirement Homes)  *
1066 Avenue Road Toronto ON M5N 2C6
BILL MCMURRAY RESIDENCE  (Retirement Homes)  *
180 Sheridan Avenue Toronto ON M6K 3C7
CEDARBROOK LODGE  (Retirement Homes)  *
520 Markham Road Toronto [Scarborough] ON M1H 3A1
CEDARHURST  (Retirement Homes)  *
2601 Bayview Avenue Toronto ON M2L 1B5
CHRISTIE GARDENS APARTMENTS AND CARE  (Retirement Homes)  *
600 Melita Crescent Toronto ON M6G 3Z4
DOM LIPA   (Retirement Homes)  *
52 Neilson Drive Toronto [Etobicoke] ON M9C 1V7
DOWNSVIEW RETIREMENT RESIDENCE  (Retirement Homes)  *
3595 Keele Street Toronto [North York] ON M3J 1M7
EHATARE HOME FOR SENIORS  (Retirement Homes)  *
40 Old Kingston Road Toronto [Scarborough] ON M1E 3J5
ELIM SPRINGS  (Retirement Homes)  *
3838 Bloor Street West Toronto [Etobicoke] ON M9B 1L1
FAIRFIELD RESIDENCE  (Retirement Homes)  *
10 Fairfield Avenue Toronto [Etobicoke] ON M8V 2H9
FOUR TEDDINGTON PARK AVENUE  (Retirement Homes)  *
4 Teddington Park Avenue Toronto ON M4N 2C3
GLYNNWOOD BY REVERA  (Retirement Homes)  *
7700 Bayview Avenue, Thornhill Toronto [North York] ON L3T 5W1
HEARTHSTONE BY THE BAY  (Retirement Homes)  *
3 Marine Parade Drive Toronto [Etobicoke] ON M8V 3Z5
HELLENIC HOME FOR THE AGED  (Retirement Homes)  *
33 Winona Drive Toronto ON M6G 3Z7
LANSING RETIREMENT RESIDENCE  (Retirement Homes)  *
10 Senlac Road Toronto [North York] ON M2N 6P8
LIBERTY PLACE IN THE BEACHES  (Retirement Homes)  *
500 Kingston Road Toronto ON M4L 1V3
LIVINGSTON LODGE  (Retirement Homes)  *
65 Livingston Road Toronto [Scarborough] ON M1E 1L1
MCNICOLL MANOR + MOLL BERCZY HAUS  (Retirement Homes)  *
1020 McNicoll Avenue Toronto [Scarborough] ON M1W 2J6
NINE TWENTY-ONE MILLWOOD  (Retirement Homes)  *
921 Millwood Road Toronto ON M4G 1X2
REVERA - BRADGATE ARMS  (Retirement Homes)  *
54 Foxbar Road Toronto ON M4V 2G6
REVERA - CENTENNIAL PARK PLACE  (Retirement Homes)  *
25 Centennial Park Road Toronto [Etobicoke] ON M9C 5H1
REVERA - DON MILLS SENIORS' APARTMENTS  (Retirement Homes)  *
1055/1057 Don Mills Road Toronto [North York] ON M3C 1W9
REVERA - DONWAY PLACE  (Retirement Homes)  *
8 The Donway East Toronto [North York] ON M3C 3R7
REVERA - FOREST HILL PLACE  (Retirement Homes)  *
645 Castlefield Avenue Toronto ON M5N 3A5
REVERA - KINGSWAY  (Retirement Homes)  *
4251 Dundas Street West Toronto [Etobicoke] ON M8X 2Z5
REVERA - PINE VILLA  (Retirement Homes)  *
1035 Eglinton Avenue West Toronto ON M6C 2C8
REVERA - RAYOAK PLACE  (Retirement Homes)  *
1340 York Mills Road Toronto [North York] ON M3A 3R1
REVERA - TERRACE GARDENS  (Retirement Homes)  *
3705 Bathurst Street Toronto [North York] ON M6A 2E8
REVERA - THE ANNEX  (Retirement Homes)  *
123 Spadina Road Toronto ON M5R 2T1
REVERA - THE CLAREMONT  (Retirement Homes)  *
305 Balliol Street Toronto ON M4S 3H5
SCARLETT HEIGHTS  (Retirement Homes)  *
4005 Eglinton Avenue West Toronto [Etobicoke] ON M9A 5H3
ST. BERNARD'S RESIDENCE  (Retirement Homes)  *
685 Finch Avenue West Toronto [North York] ON M2R 1P2
STS. PETER AND PAUL RESIDENCE  (Retirement Homes)  *
221 Milner Avenue Toronto [Scarborough] ON M1S 4P4
TERRACES OF BAYCREST  (Retirement Homes)  *
55 Ameer Avenue Toronto [North York] ON M6A 2Z1
THE GIBSON RETIREMENT RESIDENCE  (Retirement Homes)  *
1955 Steeles Avenue East Toronto [North York] ON M2H 3P1
THE GRENADIER RETIREMENT RESIDENCE  (Retirement Homes)  *
2100 Bloor Street West Toronto ON M6S 1M7
THE O’NEILL CENTRE  (Retirement Homes)  *
33 Christie Street Toronto ON M6G 3B1
THE RUSSELL HILL RETIREMENT RESIDENCE  (Retirement Homes)  *
262 St. Clair Avenue West Toronto ON M4V 1R8
THE VILLAGE OF HUMBER HEIGHTS  (Retirement Homes)  *
2245 Lawrence Avenue West Toronto [Etobicoke] ON M9P 3W3
WESTON GARDENS RETIREMENT RESIDENCE  (Retirement Homes)  *
303 Queens Drive Toronto ON M6L 3C1

TORONTO

INTRODUCTION
Toronto is the capital of Ontario and is considered one of the most popular cities in the world. In terms of its overall livability value, this city was ranked fourth internationally behind Melbourne (Australia), Vienna ( Austria) and Vancouver since year 2013. Toronto has become a premier city for three reasons: safety, cleanliness and excellent public transportation. Experts have even come up with an educated prediction that this city will eventually have the highest number of high-rise residential apartment buildings in the world by year 2020.

Toronto is known for its fascinating nicknames, some of which includes The Big Smoke, Hog Town, and Queen City. This city also took the nickname The Six because of the six well known districts (York, North York, East York, Etobicoke, Scarborough and Old Toronto) that comprised it. However, the etymology of Toronto was directly derived from the Mohawk phrase that roughly translates “The Place Where Trees Stand in the Water”. Over 50 per cent of all the 2,615,060 inhabitants are immigrants.   

BRIEF HISTORY
Toronto was once inhabited by the fierce Indigenous Seneca and they did not encounter the first Europeans until the early 1600’s: a pioneer named Etienne Brule was one of the first. During the next century, the once peaceful fledgling French colony (New France) became embroiled in the Anglo-French War. New France was seized by the British Empire following their victory, effectively removing the imperial foothold of rival France in North America.
After the American Revolution, the representatives of the victorious British Crown signed two consecutive treaties with the Indigenous peoples of Mississauga. These events were known as the First and Second Purchase. Suffice to say, the British rule in this part of the world did not remain unchallenged. Within an entire century of urban development, the town of York was twice raided by Americans during the course of the War of 1812.
It wasn’t until 1834 when Toronto became a city after renaming and incorporating the Town of York within the previous community. This territory became known as Old Toronto later on at the turn of the century. By 1998, Toronto had officially united the five nearby municipalities of Scarborough, York, East York, North York and Etobicoke under its jurisdiction. 

HISTORICAL LANDMARKS
One of the most significant historical landmarks in Toronto is Fort York. This military stronghold was built by the British forces in 1793, ten years after their defeat in the American Revolution. It is the oldest surviving structure in the city and it currently functions as a war museum housing the largest collection of relics from the War of 1812.
The Fourth Post Office of Toronto was built in 1835, a year after the Town of York officially became a city. This 19th Century post office was a product of its time, when a building could have both residential and office space units. The Kensington Market is among the oldest iconic neighborhoods in the city first established in 1815, two years after the second conflict with the Americans broke out. The outdoor market is famous for attracting both local and visiting photographers for its historical appeal.

TOURIST ATTRACTIONS
Two of the most visited attractions in the city are the Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada and Toronto Island Park. There are over 87 parks in Toronto alone, drawing thousands of tourists and outdoor adventurers to the city. The most iconic attraction within the urban center is the CN Tower, the record-holding tallest structure in the world for 34 years until the completion of Burj Khalifa in Dubai (2010). Casa Loma is another popular location for tourists. This castle / museum is ideal for those who wish to fast track their journey through Canada’s rich history.
Another highly unique tourist attraction in Toronto is the Black Creek Pioneer Village. This site is one of the few local places that stads in stark contrast to the city’s vibrant urban environment – a rural sanctuary within the parameters of this great city.

THINGS TO DO IN THE CITY
A city as fine and sophisticated as Toronto has everything to offer to its visitors. Anyone interested in shopping, dining, partying and buying souvenirs should visit the St. Lawrence Market. It is one of the few places in Ontario where people can enjoy Canada’s best fresh produce. This lively district is also replete with restaurants and pubs.
The Yonge-Dundas Square one of the most popular locations to visit when looking for great events and concerts. Apart from experiencing the positive vibes of the crowd, people who prefer serenity may wind up in any of Toronto’s 21 best spas such as Elmwood and Bahn Thai. Sugar Beach is an urban beach park in Toronto, Canada, that opened in 2010. It is located across from Redpath Sugar Refinery in Toronto's East Bayfront. 

 

 


 
 

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