North of Maple Leaf neighbourhood is HWY 401, while Lawrence Avenue West runs to the south. C.N. Railway is to the east, while Culford Road is on the west side.
Maple Leaf neighbourhood has a low population and has low growth as compared to other neighbourhoods in the GTA. In this neighbourhood, the number of seniors (20%) and families with children (16%) is high compared to Toronto. On the contrary, families with youth, working age people, and pre-retirement people is low. Maple Leaf has a diverse population, with different languages and cultures. The top non-official languages are Italian and Spanish and the top ethnic origins are Italian, East Indian, Filipino, and Portuguese. The median after-tax household income for residents in the neighbourhood is $52,174 which is almost same to Toronto’s average of $52,149. Maple Leaf enjoys very little crime at 115 incidents per 10,000 people per year.
The Maple Leaf neighbourhood has a high number of single-family homes (47%), low-rise apartments (18%), and duplexes (5%). Home values in the neighbourhood are $540,741, compared to the City of Toronto average of $600,000.
Take a trip to Yorkdale Shopping Centre, or Dufferin Mall, 9 km away. The nearest grocery stores are Metro and No Frills, or head to Walmart, located within the neighbourhood. Enjoy some time at the neighbourhood parks: North Park, Queen's Greenbelt, and Rainbow Park. Humber River Regional Hospital is the closest hospital, Downsview Library is the closest library, and Nelson A. Boylen Collegiate Institute is the closest swimming pool.
You can get to the Maple Leaf neighbourhood by HWY 401, which passes through the north of the neighbourhood with the Keele Street exit. HWY 400 is 2 km from the neighbourhood, and another option. Grab the subway from Yorkdale or Lawrence West stations, or by the GO at GO Weston.
Landmarks in Maple Leaf Etobicoke
A major landmark of this neighbourhood is St. Behnam Syrian Orthodox Church, North Park, and Queen's Greenbelt.
Schools and Childcare in Maple Leaf Etobicoke
Elementary schools in the Maple Leaf neighbourhood are Maple Leaf Public School, St. Francis Xavier Catholic School, and St. Fidelis Catholic School. Childcare centres here include C.A.S.P. Catholic After School Program, Centro Abruzzo, Garderie Du Soleil Levant, and St. Fidelis Early Learning Centre.