Once an independent town, Woodbridge was formed from an amalgamation of several nearby communities in 1971.
Now a large, suburban community located north of Steeles Ave, the northern border of the city of Toronto, Woodbridge has become one of the most affluent communities in the entire Greater Toronto Area. Named for an old wooden bridge that crossed the Humber River at the entry point of the town, Woodbridge has a short but rich history of conservation and historical preservation.
By the 1950s, the area had experienced significant growth thanks to an influx of families commuting into the city. Before the 1970s, the area was mainly farmland with some residential areas interspersed with forest and small commercial and industrial areas to the south. Now home to a large Italian immigrant population, Woodbridge has experienced a large growth in all cultural groups throughout the last several years,as immigrants to the Toronto area settle outside the city’s borders.
Home to many attractions including conservation areas, parks, and fairgrounds, Woodbridge boasts plenty of green spaces such as the Boyd Conservation Area, Woodbridge Fairgrounds, the Kortright Centre for Conservation, Rainbow Creek Park, and Maxey Park, just to name a few.
Unfortunately for residents of Woodbridge, accidents in these locations are not uncommon, but this doesn’t mean that you have to suffer with your injuries in silence. Residents who have become involved in car accidents, slip and falls or work related accidents, rely on the experts at Campisi Law.
With many years of experience in the industry, we are well established to provide you with client-focused representation so you can focus on your recovery. Call us today for your free consultation. We are ready to help.
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- Car Accidents
- Brain Injuries
- Spinal Cord Injuries
- Injuries to Children
- Long-Term Disability
- Slips and Falls
- Bicycle Injuries
- Pedestrian Accidents
- Wrongful Death
- Head south on Martin Grove Rd toward Jackman Crescent
- Turn left onto Hwy 7/York Regional Rd 7
- Turn right onto Islington Ave/York Regional Rd 17
- Turn left onto Steeles Ave W
- Turn left onto Weston Rd/York Regional Rd 56
- Turn right
- Destination will be on the right