Chester Le Boulevard is a geared to income community located in the east Toronto suburb of Scarborough, Ontario, Canada. Chester Le is bordered by Pharmacy Avenue to the east and Victoria Park Ave. in the west between Finch Ave. East to the south and McNicoll Avenue to the north. Chester Le Boulevard's public townhouses are part of Steeles-L'Amoreaux (Ward 29) with a considerable amount of families with West Indian or various African heritage. Also referred to as "Darkside" by some area residence (mainly youth and young adults), Chester Le is a high risk neighborhood that has a history of violent experiences as a result of community relationships breaking down and lack of resources. The violence pertaining to street gangs plus the lack of government services within the areas prompted the City of Toronto to designate The Chester Le as one of the 13 priority neighbourhoods across Toronto for focused investment to strengthen neighbourhood supports.
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