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From 1795 to today, the suburban district of North York has gone through many changes. It was originally an agricultural settlement up until the 1900s, where it developed from a township to a borough, and finally, to a city, which is now located within Toronto. North York is a flourishing hub of activities, volunteer services, and local businesses.

Activities

Residents can stay in shape at North York’s sports clubs that offer activities throughout the year, including:

  • skiing
  • hockey
  • skating
  • swimming
  • tennis

Spend time with friends or family while all your material needs are met at the Yorkdale Shopping Centre and the Fairview Mall. You’ll find almost every product and service imaginable, whether you need apparel, financial assistance, spa products, or medical advice.

Explore the ethnic districts like Little Moscow, Koreatown, and the Persian sector by trying their succulent cuisine at their restaurants or grocery stores. Looking for new fashion styles? Check out their retail stores to add a little zest to your wardrobe.

Volunteer Services

North York has its share of organizations that provide its residents with opportunities to lend a hand to the community all year long.

Donate, distribute food, or garden for the North York Harvest Food Bank while working on long-term food solutions with fellow community members that are dedicated to improving North York’s quality of life. They offer support through shelter and drop-in meal programs, prenatal programs, and community kitchens.

Residents can also volunteer at the North York Community House and choose between becoming a mentor, helping with homework, and hosting a kit building workshop. The North York Community House has helped over 13 thousand newcomers in facilitating their transition to Canadian life.

Local Businesses             

Like any city, North York is home to businesses that render services as well as produce goods. Our local businesses include food suppliers, museums, centres, and home improvement companies to keep our beloved city running smoothly.

Lose yourself in 1867 at the Black Creek Pioneer Village, where you will visit heritage buildings, take a haunted walk, and work together in escape room activities all while learning about the community. This heritage museum honours the traditions and way of life so many early Ontarians created when they first settled the area. Black Creek Pioneer Village offers school programs to all levels and is happy to host your event, including weddings, fundraisers, anniversary dinners, and more.

Whether you’re visiting with your day camp, school, or family, the Ontario Science Centre displays the wonders of the world for groups of all ages to enjoy. Between the exhibits, films, and shows, your sensations will come alive as you discover the unknown. Visitors are also challenged by interactive activities that push their thinking and are inspired by the past, present, and future impacts of science and technology.

Priority Plumbing takes pride in following a strict Code of Ethics to deliver quality North York plumbing services to residents. By putting a strong importance on professional and social responsibilities, our experts go to great lengths to protect the health and safety of our community while performing tasks we know we’re qualified to handle. Our plumbing services in North York include drain cleaning and waterproofing, so if you need plumbing assistance today, check out our blog for helpful plumbing tips, give us call us at 647-699-5882, or drop by at:

Priority Plumbing
North York
108A-40 Wynford Dr.
North York ON. M3C 1J5