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Henry Farm Neighbourhood
By Shawn Star on January 27, 2014
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About Our Neighbourhood
Henry Farm is a small suburban residential neighbourhood in northeastern Toronto. The boundaries of the community are Sheppard Avenue and Highway 401 to the north and south and by Don Mills road to the east, the east branch of the Don River to the west.

Fairview Mall and the Don Mills subway station just to the north of the neighbourhood are among its chief amenities. Shaughnessy Public School as well as a church are also found in the neighbourhood.
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