Mount Dennis

Mount Dennis is a neighbourhood in the York district of Toronto, Ontario, Canada, and Ward 11 in Toronto. Primarily located along Eglinton Avenue between the Humber River and the Kitchener commuter rail line, the neighbourhood was best known for Kodak Heights, once a major film manufacturing facility owned and operated by the Eastman Kodak Company.

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The area was known by residents in the 1940s to 1990s for using bizarre and harsh policing tactics, that has also given Toronto Police Service’s 12 Division at 70 Trethewey Drive a harsh reputation for racial profiling, and extreme alt-right viewpoints on policing staffs’ part, which undoubtedly is related to the Todd Baylis murder of one of its officers. The Mount Dennis BIA has been largely ineffective at encouraging local businesses to thrive, asides from barbershops and hair-dressers, it remains a largely hospitality and restaurant business area, with no real means of employment outside the retail sector. Residents are forced to commute into Toronto GTA for employment as a result.

Mount Dennis residents have excellent access to public transit. The Jane Street and Weston Road buses connect to the Bloor-Danforth subway line while the Trethewey Drive and Eglinton Avenue buses connect to the Eglinton station on the Yonge-University-Spadina subway line. Motorists are approximately a ten minute drive from Highway 401 which connects to all the major highways leading into and out of the city. For those travelling downtown take Jane Street south to Bloor across to Windermere Avenue. 


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