The City of GenX Suburbs largely came into their own during the 1980's and 1990's. With over one million residents living in this category of communities, this "City" represents the first major wave of mass suburbanization following the original mature post-war suburbs. Stretching across the 905 belt, these communities fit our traditional image of the suburbs: single-detached housing, family households and upper-middle class economic status. In short, this City encompasses the large wave of suburbanization during the 1980's and 1990's that has had a major impact on the landscape of the GTA today.


Glen Abbey, Glen Leven, East Credit, Meadowvale Village, Delrex, Churchville, West Brampton, Deerfield, Bolton, Kleinburg, Vaughan, Whitchurch-Stoufville, German Mills, Quantztown, Cachet, Port Union, Rouge Park, Dunbarton, Applecroft, Discovery Bay

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