Mimico, in the south-west, on Lake Ontario, is the oldest of the former Lakeshore Municipalities.
Mimico ranked first on Toronto Life's 2012 "Where to Buy Now" list.
Mimico Waterfront Park, featured in this design, connects the local community to the lake. Its trail and enhanced shoreline provide a stunning water’s-edge route to walk, cycle or skate through the neighbourhood for both locals and visitors alike.
The name 'Mimico' is derived from the Ojibwe word omiimiikaa meaning "abundant with wild pigeons" , referring to the, now extinct, Passenger pigeon.
Mimico was established in 1856, sub-divided from the former Township of Etobicoke in 1911, independent until its 1967 amalgamation into Etobicoke, which itself was amalgamated in 1998 into Toronto.
The land area of Mimico originated mainly from three family farms, namely: Stock Estate, Hendry Estate , and Van Every Estate .
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