This page is to help orient new residents to the Junction. Welcome to the neighbourhood!
Here is a map of some community services in the Junction and nearby neighbourhoods — banks, fire stations, libraries, post offices, etc. The names of each point are also listed in the right-hand margin — scroll down to see them all. At the corner of Keele and Dundas, the map gets so crowded that you really can’t see anything, so please enlarge the scale (hit “+” icon a couple of times) to zoom in on that area.
Here is a map of the schools and parks in our area. You can refer to the list below the map, or click on any marker to see its name and other information. Although many of the schools are not in the Junction proper, their catchment areas include some Junction addresses. Let us know if you think any are unnecessary or missing.
The Junction Residents Association has a number of activities, and of course, always needs people to help out. The 2017-2018 officers are:
- Mark Fleming, Interim Chair & Webmaster
- Andrew Keenan, Vice-chair
- Pam Mountain, Secretary
- Renee Wells-English, Treasurer
- Catherine Illingworth, Membership Administration
- linda o. nagy
- Rob Playter
- John Shields
- Ruth Yeoman
- Krystyn Tully, eNewsletter
- Shirley Fairley, Website Developer
Coverage Area of JRA
The area of the JRA is bounded by the railroad tracks on the north, Keele Street on the east, Runnymede Road on the west, and on the south by Humberside Avenue from Keele to Quebec Avenue, and by Annette Street from Quebec to Runnymede. For Keele Street, the boundary is drawn down the middle of the street, limiting the area to Ward 13; for other streets, both sides of the boundary street are included in the JRA area.
Page last updated: June 23, 2016