Etobicoke’s first inhabitants were the Mississauga First Nation who referred to this area as “Adobigok”, meaning “where the Alders grow”. When European settlers arrived in the 1790s, Etobicoke was formed as a Township that was bordered by Lake Ontario to the south, the Humber River to the east, Etobicoke Creek to the west and the City limits along Steeles Avenue to the north. In 1998 Etobicoke amalgamated with the City of Toronto at which point it became the western boundary of the City.
Physical Prints: My prints are uniquely designed, printed on thick, high-quality paper and carefully packaged for delivery. Various colours and custom sized prints available upon request. See colour chart provided. Frame is not included.
Digital Downloads: Each PDF file is high-resolution (300 pixels/inch), which will give you very clean and sharp prints. This is a digital file. No physical items will be sent.