Some articles on jane, finch:
... Jane-Finch was originally developed as a model suburb in the 1960s in response to the rapid urban growth of Toronto ... buildings and, concomitantly, its above average population density, Jane-Finch experienced astronomical growth from 1961 to 1971 when the population went from 1,300 to ... In general, urban planners, local politicians, residents of Jane-Finch, and others today are of the opinion that the OHC and North York erred seriously ...
... Jane and Finch is a neighbourhood located in northwestern North York, a district of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. 5, A Report of the Jane-Finch Street Involved Youth Issues Coalition, December 2002) ...
... of visible minorities in North York is the Grandravine-Yorkwoods area in Jane and Finch with 93% ... Most of North York's Black community is along Jane Street and areas around it ... Smaller areas such as Jane and Finch, Lawrence Heights, and Trethewey had more than 40% of its population identified as Black ...
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