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Agincourt was once an agrarian village crossroads, one of many that have become part of Scarborough. Today traces of old Agincourt can be found in the form of old church graveyards, Victorian homes and an old school, all surrounded now by newer post-war construction. Apart from changes in the built form, Agincourt's demographics have changed radically and it can now be considered Toronto's third Chinatown as arterial roads like have become dominated by Chinese-owned business along with a mix of other retail. As a landing site for many New Canadians, Agincourt is where the next generation of talent is first becoming acquainted with Toronto and Canada.


Kelli Korducki

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