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Special Note to all Albion Islington Square Associates

If you are not listed on this website or there is a problem with your listing

please contact

Albion Islington Square BIA Office

925 Albion Rd, Suite 100

Etobicoke, ON  M9V 1A6

Tel: 416-743-3267

E-mail:info@albionislingtonsquare.org

To Advertise on this website please contact

Albion Islington Square BIA Office

Tel: 416-743-3267

E-mail: info@albionislingtonsquare.org

Check out the schedules and routes of the 73, 37 and 96 bus routes to get to Albion Islington Square

click here  -  TTC - Toronto Transit Commission

Timings:

The Square is open all year round.

All jewellery stores and some of the clothing and restaurants are
closed on Monday.  Please contact individual store
owners for correct timings.

Who Are We

Albion Islington Square is the first and only Business Improvement Area (BIA) in North Etobicoke with a volunteer Board of Management comprised of well known and reputed business owners who steer the BIA’s course of action.

To know more about see above Albion Islington Square for PDF download.

Board of Directors

  • Deputy Mayor/Councillor Ward 1 Vincent Crisanti
  • Shamsher Singh- Chairman
  • Santokh Shah-Vice Chairman
  • Seema Sudhir-Secretary
  • Prakash Khatri-Treasurer
  • Ronnie Ramsawak-Board Member
  • Atul Subedi-Board Member
  • Avinash Sharma-Board Member
  • Martin Pesev- Board Member
  • Harpreet Brar-Board Member
  • Archna Bhardwaj-Executive Director

History of Thistletown

 The area of Thistletown, in the northwest end of Toronto, Ontario, was founded by John Grubb.


In 1831, he came to the area from Edinburgh, Scotland. Grubb’s family originated in St. Andrew’s, Scotland. In 1847, he acquired the south-west, north-west and north-east corners of the current Albion Road and Islington Avenue.

In October 1847 Grubb had John Stroughton Dennis survey the land for the establishment of a village to be called St. Andrew’s. After the plan was registered, Grubb began dividing the land into village lots and subsequently in a formal way founded the village now known as Thistletown.

For more information on the history of Thistletown, refer to Evelyn Boasie’s book, Thistletown Now and Then.

Photos of then...

Courtesy of Etobicoke Historical Society

For more photos and historical facts on Etobicoke visit www.etobicokehistorical.com

News

2016 Commercial Façade Improvement Area

Newsletter 2017- Click here to view it.

Clean Toronto Together returns this April - save the dates!

The Clean Toronto Together (CTT) campaign will once again bring together Toronto's residents, students, City staff, employees of businesses, organizations, and institutions to clean Toronto.

Events will be scheduled throughout Earth Week (April 22- 27). To get involved, please save the following dates:

Corporate & School Clean-up Day - Friday April 25
Community Clean-up Days - Saturday April 26 & Sunday April 27
The Clean Toronto Together program is sponsored by GLAD, CP24, NewsTalk 1010, Toronto Star, Toronto Sun, Toronto Park People and Earth Day Canada.

By working together we can keep Toronto clean and green!

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