Divided by the commercial Keele Street, the Maple Leaf neighbourhood is a single-family residential area where the western part of the neighbourhood is known as Rustic, home to many Italian, Jamacian, and African families and the easternmst part of the neighbourhood is known as North Park.

This neighbouhood is bordered by the Lawrence Avenue West on the South, the CPR railyway line on the East, the Hwy401 on the North, and Jane Street and Black Creek Drive on the East. 

Notable Amenities at Maple Leaf

1. School and Education:  Nelson A Boylen Collegiate Institute, Maple Leaf Public School, Gracefield Public School, Amesbury Middle School, Chaminade College Secondary, St. Fidelis Elementary, St. Francis Xavier Elementary

2. Food and Restaurants: Grande Cheese Company (excellent variety of olive oils and a mind boggling array of cheese), Michel’s Baguette (love the flaky pastry), Mr Jerk (the most excellent restaurant), Columbus Bakery Incorporated (a one-stop shop and a Colombian nostalgia emporium).

Getting to Maple Leaf by Public Transit

35, 195 and 313 on Jane Street - 41 on Keele Street - 52 and 352 on Lawrence Avenue West - 59 Culford Road