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Rouge, Toronto

Rouge Hill redirects here. For the station in the GO Transit system, see Rouge Hill GO Station.
Rouge
Neighbourhood
Old Finch Avenue near the Toronto Zoo
Old Finch Avenue near the Toronto Zoo
Location of Rouge within Toronto
Location of Rouge within Toronto
Coordinates:
Country  Canada
Province  Ontario
City Toronto
Community Scarborough
Changed Municipality 1998 Toronto from Scarborough
Government
 • MP Rathika Sitsabaiesan (Scarborough—Rouge River)& Corneliu Chisu (Pickering-Scarborough East)
 • MPP Bas Balkissoon (Scarborough—Rouge River) & Wayne Arthurs (Pickering-Scarborough East)
 • Councillor Raymond Cho (Ward 42 Scarborough—Rouge River)

Rouge is a neighbourhood in the northeastern area of Toronto, Ontario, within the former city of Scarborough. It is Toronto's largest neighbourhood by surface area.

Contents

  • Location and features 1
    • Subdivisions 1.1
  • Education 2
    • Schools 2.1
  • See also 3
  • External links 4

Location and features

It is bounded on the north by Steeles Avenue East, on the east by the Pickering Town Line and the Rouge River, on the south by Lake Ontario, and on the west by Port Union Road, Kingston Road, Highway 401, Morningside Avenue, Finch Avenue East, and Markham Road. It is one of the largest neighbourhoods officially recognized by the City of Toronto, and is dominated by the Rouge River, its tributaries, and associated wilderness areas. North of Sheppard Avenue the neighbourhood has a strong suburban quality, with seventy-four percent of households single-family residences.

Subdivisions

Beyond its official categorization, Rouge can be subdivided into smaller neighbourhoods more commonly known as West Rouge, Rouge Hill, and Hillside, among others. The Toronto Zoo and Rouge Valley are major points of interest in the neighbourhood

Education

Schools

  • Joseph Howe Senior Public School - A public elementary school located on winter Gardens Trail. It is grades seven and eight and West Rouge Junior Public School, William G Davis Public School, Centennial Public school, Charlottetown Public School all feed into Howe.
  • Rouge Valley Public School
  • St Dominic Savio Catholic School
  • Sir Oliver Mowat Collegiate Institute - A public highschool (for grades 9 - 12) located near the intersection of Port Union Road and Lawrence Avenue East.
  • John G. Diefenbaker PS
  • Chief Dan George Public School - Kindergarten - Grade 8

Although there are no public separate high schools in Rouge Hill, many of students in that neighborhood usually attend Blessed Pope John Paul II Catholic Secondary School and Blessed Cardinal Newman Catholic High School in most cases.

See also

External links

  • City of Toronto - Rouge Neighbourhood Profile
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