Known as the “city of neighborhoods,” Toronto has more than 200 neighborhoods within its boundaries, which have grown from the original five municipalities named after the four patron saints of the British Isles and the patron saint of Canada. “Old Toronto” which consists of Downtown, East End, and West End is the most populous part of the city, and is known as the business and economic center. York and East York in the “inner suburbs” are older areas, and quite ethnically diverse. (more…)