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The area between Keele Street, Runnymede Road, St. Clair and the CP railway lines, was for many decades the location of the Ontario Stockyards. For a time, this was Canada’s largest livestock market and the centre of Ontario’s meat packing industry. The Ontario Stockyards closed at this site in 1993 and most of the meat-packing plants that surrounded it closed shortly thereafter. Much of the lands has been redeveloped with new housing and retail uses. The main Stockyards site is now the location of a large block of big box stores.
Lush, tree-lined streets and century brick homes make up the historic district of The Junction – a hip neighborhood that gets its name for once being the heart of the Canadian Pacific Railway. Bordered by the northern end of High Park and the trendy eastern arm of the Junction Triangle, this eclectic area offers a quiet place to call home, or a lively night out for visitors. The main street of Dundas West is alive with restaurants, bars, local boutiques and businesses, while St. Clair West offers more suburban amenities (eg: Stockyards Centre) in an urban center of the city.
The area provides a multigenerational mix of trendy youths, urban professionals, young families, and low-key locals.