Toronto District School Board

Ward 11, St. Paul's

Ward 11 Facilities


Highest level of post-secondary education in Ontario
Second-highest number of tenants in province
Substantial contingents of visible minorities, especially Asian


Brown Junior Public School, Cedarvale Community School, Cottingham Junior Public School, Davisville Junior Public School, Deer Park Junior and Senior School, Eglinton Junior Public School, Spectrum Alternative Senior School, Forest Hill Junior and Senior Public School, Hillcrest Community School, Hodgson Middle Public School, Humewood Community School, JR Wilcox Community School, Maurice Cody Junior Public School, McMurrich Junior Public School, Oriole Park Junior Public School, West Preparatory Junior Public School, Winona Drive Senior Public School, Forest Hill Collegiate Institute, North Toronto Collegiate Institute, Northern Secondary School


Population: 111,131
Electors (2007): 78,575
Riding Size: 15.79
Seniors (65+): 14.3%
Post-secondary degrees: 40%
Average household income: $70,684
Homeowners: 32.2%
Tenants: 67.8%
Ethnic groups: 76.08% White, 5.31% Black, 4.04% Filipino, 3.73% Chinese, 2.85% Latin American, 2.46% South Asian


English: 67.47%
French: 1.87%
Others: 30.47%

Religions (2001)

Catholic: 29.28%
Protestant: 25.01%
Non religious: 19.60%
Jewish: 14.03%
Christian Orthodox: 4.18%
Other Christian: 2.62%
Muslim: 2.52%
Buddhist: 1.35%

Average income



Census Canada 1996

St. Paul's in the Heart of Toronto

St. Paul's is a community made up of some of Toronto's most liveable neighbourhoods including Davisville Village, Briar Hill, Casa Loma, Cedarvale, Chaplin Estates, Forest Hill, South Hill, Hillcrest, Humewood, part of Moore Park, Summerhill, Rathnelly, South Broadway, South Eglinton, and Wychwood Park, Belgravia, and Deer Park.


Please read about our neighbourhoods in David Dunkelman's wonderful book Your Guide to Toronto Neighbourhoods.


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