The City of Etobicoke is Toronto’s neighbour to the west and is in turn the neighbour of Mississauga to the east. Starting at LakeOntario, Etobicoke stretches north to Steeles Avenue and north to the City of Vaughn.
As Etobicoke moves north away from the lake the number of residential areas increases greatly. Running through the centre of Etobicoke is the Highway 427, which is downtown Toronto’s main access to Pearson International Airport. Highway 427 runs north/south and at the south end of the highway it runs into a highway called the Queen Elizabeth Way (QEW).
Located at the northern end of Etobicoke is the Woodbine Centre. This is another giant large mall, along with Sherway Gardens, that is open seven days a week and is located at 500 Rexdale Blvd.
The most infamous section of Etobicoke is Rexdale, a working class/industrial suburb located in north Etobicoke.