BOUNDARIES | Toronto Eruv



Traveling north from Dupont and Caledonia (CN tracks) to Roselawn. At Roselawn travel East to Dufferin. At Dufferin travel north to Yorkdale Shopping Centre. Go around Yorkdale, using fence to Allen Road. Allen Road north using fence. Revert back to CN Tracks near Keele at 401 north, to Hydro towers north of Steeles, and then north to Centre St. and 407.

NOTE: The Holiday Inn at Yorkdale, on Dufferin St. is NOT in the eruv.

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Travel East using the 407 as your northern boundary guide, until you reach the 404. Travel South on the 404 until John Street. Follow tracks West to Leslie Street. Cross John Street and turn East back to 404*

NOTE: John Street East of Leslie is NOT in Eruv.

Follow 404 to Steeles Ave to East side of Shoppes on Steeles and 404. Travel West at Steeles back to train tracks West of Leslie

NOTE: Steeles Ave. between 404 and tracks is NOT in Eruv.

Schouldice Hospital is in the Eruv. North York General Is NOT in the Eruv.

NOTE One is ALLOWED to carry across Yonge Street from Steeles north, all the way to the 407.

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The northern boundary has recently been expanded.
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From CN track corner north of Steeles, east of Bayview, travel south. Take these CN tracks to south of Eglinton Ave., to CP tracks, here we use hydro wires for a short stretch in Eglinton-Laird industrial area to connect to CP tracks running east/west.

NOTE: Sunnybrook Medical Centre IS in the eruv.

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Travel along CP corridor. Starting at Laird. At east end until Landsdowne north of Dupont, at west end South of Eglinton.

NOTE: From Yonge to Landsdowne above mentioned CP tracks are situated north of Dupont.

NOTE: Toronto’s primary hospital hub, located in downtown Torontoand consisting of Mount Sinai, Toronto General, Hospital for Sick Children, is NOT in the eruv.

NOTE: Crossing the 401 at Avenue Road is PROHIBITED.
Crossing the 401 at Bathurst and at Wilson is PERMITTED.
Crossing the 401 at Bayview is PERMITTED.

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It is incumbent upon each individual to confirm that the eruv is kosher. One may not assume that it is kosher. To confirm, please check this web site or call 416 350 2879, for an update on a regular basis.

If you have any questions in regards to the eruv, please call 416 350 2879, and all of your eruv questions will be answered.


The information contained in this electronic message is based on information generally available to the public from sources believed to be reliable. No representation is made on its accuracy or completeness. Certain assumptions may have been made in the preparation of this material as at this date, and are subject to change without notice.

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