While much of Toronto is flat land, unique geographic features set the Regal Heights neighbourhood apart. The most prominent is the 50 to 75-foot bluff — called Davenport Hill or the Davenport Escarpment — just north of Davenport Road. It marks the shoreline of a prehistoric lake that was formed at the end of the Ice Age, about 12,000 years ago.
On September 24, 2007, a plaque was unveiled at Regal Road School recognizing the restoration of the portico by a combined effort of the Regal Heights Residents’ Association, Councillor Palacio’s office, the Toronto District School Board and Heritage Toronto. Mary Bull, who lives in the area and is a descendant of the original owner of […]