Your guide to Scarborough, Ontario assisted living facilities. With so many senior housing options available, how do you know which one is right for your family?
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Assisted Living Costs in Nearby Cities* The costs above represent the AVERAGE monthly cost of assisted living for a one person bedroom in that city.
Facts about Scarborough
Scarborough is also known as: Scarborough, Canada and Scarborough, Toronto.
And some of the notable people born here have been: Mike Myers (actor and film producer), Steve Byers (actor), Kathy Greenwood (comedian and actor), Holly Lewis (actor), and Dwayne De Rosario (soccer player).
Popular neighborhoods in Scarborough include: Milliken, Scarborough Village, Birch Cliff, Clairlea, Cliffcrest, Dorset Park, Ionview, Agincourt, Toronto, Bendale, Port Union, Toronto, West Hill, Toronto, L'Amoreaux, Malvern, Toronto, Highland Creek, Toronto, Morningside, Toronto, Rouge, Toronto, Cliffside, Toronto, Wexford, Toronto, Woburn, Toronto, Maryvale, and Toronto.
And featured attractions of Scarborough: Toronto Zoo, Thomson Memorial Park, Toronto East Detention Centre, Canadian Business College, Scarborough, and University of Toronto Scarborough.
Scarborough is a district and former municipality within the eastern part of the city of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Scarborough is bordered on the south by Lake Ontario, on the west by Victoria Park Avenue, on the north by Steeles Avenue East, and on the east by the Rouge River and the City of Pickering.Over 200 years, Scarborough grew from a collection of small rural villages to become a large city with a diverse cultural community. It was named after the English town of Scarborough, North Yorkshire in 1796 by Elizabeth Simcoe, who was inspired by the Scarborough Bluffs which reminded her of white cliffs near her home. Originally Scarborough Township, it became a borough when it joined Metropolitan Toronto in 1954. Scarborough rapidly developed as a suburb of Old Toronto during the Metro Toronto years and became a city in 1983. Scarborough was amalgamated into the city of Toronto in 1998. The area is an administrative district in the new City of Toronto, and has its own community council composed of Toronto city councillors. The Scarborough Civic Centre, the former city hall, is still used by the municipal government of Toronto.Scarborough is a popular destination for new immigrants to Canada to reside. As a result, Scarborough is one of the most diverse and multicultural areas of the Greater Toronto Area, being home to various religious groups and places of worship. It includes some of Toronto's popular natural landmarks, such as the Scarborough Bluffs and Rouge Park. Scarborough has been declared to be greener than any other part of Toronto.
Population shifts in Scarborough
Average temperatures in ScarboroughLine in orange is average highs...line in blue is average lows.
Average rainfall in Scarborough