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Clanton Park, sometimes referred to as Dublin Heights or Wilson Heights, is a neighbourhood in the North York area of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It is part of federal and provincial electoral district York Centre, and Toronto electoral wards 9: York Centre (West) and 10: York Centre (East). In 2006, it had a population of 13,035.
It is bordered on the north by Sheppard Avenue West, on the west by the Downsview Airport whose border includes Wilson Heights Boulevard (north part) and Dufferin Street (south part), on the east by Bathurst Street, and on the south by Highway 401.
The neighbourhood is one of the largest Jewish areas of the city, but also contains a large number of residents of Italian, Filipino, and Russian origin. The housing ranges from 1950s bungalow style homes to new medium rise condominiums. There is some low income high rise housing.
Clanton Park is sandwiched between Downsview Park, formerly CFB Downsview, and Earl Bales Park, named after a former reeve of North York. It also contains several smaller parks.
There are two Toronto District School Board public schools; Dublin Heights Elementary and Middle School (the former Wilson Heights Junior High school was merged with Dublin Elementary School to form Dublin Heights in 1980) and Faywood Arts-Based Curriculum School.
St. Robert Catholic School, a Toronto Catholic school is located on Bainbridge Avenue. In 1969 the original school consisted of 10 classrooms, a library and had a total of 194 students. As the area grew, the enrolment increased and the need for a larger school developed. In 1973 enrolment grew to 346 students. The school was divided into two schools to accommodate the increase. St. Robert School South remained at 70 Bainbridge while St. Robert School North shared facilities with another school. In 1980 the north and south campuses of St. Robert Schools joined together on Sheppard Avenue. In 2004 St. Robert returned to a brand new facility on its original location on Bainbridge Avenue.
A private school, The Toronto Heschel School, is also located in the neighbourhood, occupying a building that formerly housed Dublin Elementary (until 1980) and then St. Robert Catholic School and Hudson College.
The neighbourhood is served by two subway stations, Downsview and Wilson, as well as several TTC bus routes. The Allen Expressway and Highway 401 are adjacent to the neighbourhood.
Clanton Park’s Top ten ethnic and cultural groups (by ancestry) in 2006:
24% - Jewish
16% - Italian
15% - Filipino
9% - Polish
9% - Canadian
7% - English
7% - Russian
5% - Irish
4% - Scottish
4% - Chinese
1% Russian Jewish
The percentage of population below the poverty line dropped from 24% (in 1996) to 21% (in 2001).