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Don Mills Neighbourhood

The Don Mills name makes reference to the historic Don River, and the fact that several mills were operating in this part of the Don Valley during the 1800’s. Don Mills is recognized as the first planned and fully integrated post war community in North America. It is credited with laying out the blueprint for Toronto’s post-war suburban development and the building of contemporary neighbourhoods.

Don Mills is one of Toronto’s most treed neighbourhoods. The spacious front lawns in Don Mills are covered with a great variety of trees including birch, willow, spruce, pine and maple, as well as an assortment of ornamental and fruit trees. Many of the homes back onto park lands or ravines that run throughout the area.

Amenities in the Don Mills Area

SHOPS ON DON MILLS

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DON MILLS PUBLIC LIBRARY

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Schools in the Don Mills Area

ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS

Greenland Public School

15 Greenland Road

(416) 395 2500

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Norman Ingram Public School

50 Duncairn Road

(416) 395 2720

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MIDDLE SCHOOLS

Don Mills Middle School

17 The Donway East

(416) 395 2320

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HIGH SCHOOLS

Don Mills C.I.

15 The Donway East

(416) 395 3190

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CATHOLIC SCHOOLS

St. Bonaventure Catholic School

1340 Leslie Street

(416) 393 5263

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PRIVATE SCHOOLS

Bayview Glen

275 Duncan Mills Road

(416) 443 1030

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