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Neighbourhood Guide - Richview, Toronto

Monday, July 08, 2019   /   by Sally Niu

Neighbourhood Guide - Richview, Toronto

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Large, Culturally Diverse Etobicoke neighbourhood -  Home to a wide variety of treasures

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With a higher percentage of retirees and older households, Richview is an urban, upscale, and diverse neighbourhood. The area is engulfed in parks and greenspace - such as Alex Marchetti park and Valleyfield. Many are equipped with trails for hiking and play structures for children. 

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As in many other Etobicoke communities, running errands in Richview requires a car most of the time. Bus services on Eglinton, Dixon, and Islington can take you to both subway lines and the Mississauga Transit System. If you drive, Hwy 401 and 27 are just along the edge. Surprisingly, Richview is a biker’s paradise. Flat, with designated bike lanes, it has a Bike Score of 92.
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There is simply no shortage when it comes to dining and shopping in Richview! From Somali cuisine to sushi and Fish & Chips, take your taste buds on an adventure. Or pick up groceries at the local No Frills, Metro, or Halal stores, then cook up a storm at home. The two shopping centres - Rexdale Mall and Crossroads Centre, are your one-stop-shops for anything from dentists to liquor stores and tutoring.
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Richview has an abundance of schools from both public and Catholic systems, ranging from primary to secondary. Some of the city’s major hospitals are also close by, including Humber River Hospital and Etobicoke General Hospital.
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