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New Ward Boundaries

Note: On Sept. 19, 2018, the Court of Appeal for Ontario stayed the Superior Court of Justice decision of Sept. 10, 2018 and reinstated Bill 5 – Better Local Government Act, 2018, requiring the Oct. 22, 2018 municipal election to proceed on the basis of 25 wards. For more background information, please visit the City of Toronto website.

The Toronto District School Board approved a new realignment plan for its 22 ward electoral boundaries that aligns with the 25 federal/provincial electoral boundaries in the City of Toronto. By law, the TDSB is required to align its electoral boundaries with the City’s. These new boundaries will come into effect on Dec. 1, 2018, when the new term of office commences.

Please note that the new ward boundaries relate to political representation and do not impact your local school administration. These changes do not affect where students attend school, access to school programs, optional attendance, busing routes or school boundaries. To view the new map and to see which schools belong to each ward, please visit New Ward Boundaries. 

Schools that used to be within a former ward, may now fall in another. To learn which ward your child’s school will belong to as of 2022, please refer to the following chart: 

Schools in Each Ward

To view the new maps that list the schools within each ward, please visit New Ward Boundary Maps