Corso Italia is a neighbourhood in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, situated on St. Clair Avenue West, between Westmount Avenue (just east of Dufferin Street) and Lansdowne Avenue. Toronto (təˈrɒntoʊ colloquially pronounced or) is the largest city in Canada and is the provincial capital of Ontario Ontario (ɒnˈtɛrioʊ is a province located in the central part of Canada, the largest by population and second largest after Quebec Country to "Dominion of Canada" or "Canadian Federation" or anything else please read the Talk Page St Clair Avenue is a major east-west street in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Dufferin Street is a major north-south street in Toronto and York Region, Ontario, Canada. The neighbourhood includes numerous cafés, clothing shops, shoe stores, restaurants, food markets, as well as several gelaterias and bakeries. A restaurant is a retail establishment that serves prepared Food to Customers. Gelato, or the plural Gelati, is Italian ice cream made from a liquid milk or water a solid sugar fats or sweeteners flavorings pastes fruit powders stabilizers guar The community is considered Toronto's second Italian neighbourhood after Little Italy on College Street, although Corso Italia has a stronger Italian presence. Little Italy, sometimes referred to as College Street West or College and Clinton, is a district in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. College Street is a main east-west route in downtown Toronto, Canada. The' Italian people' are a Southern European Ethnic group located primarily in Italy, Switzerland, France and by virtue of a wide-ranging There is also a significant Latin American and Portuguese community in the area. Portuguese Canadians' (luso-canadianos are Canadians of Portuguese descent
The community is the eastern half of what was earlier known as Earlscourt. Earlscourt, Toronto, Canada was a squatter settlement in the early 20th century Earlscourt was originally settled by British immigrants in 1906, and was annexed by the City of Toronto in 1910. (See Toronto Neighbourhoods; Earlscourt. ) During the late 1950s a large wave of Italian immigrants, in addition to Italians from College Street, moved to Earlscourt and the surrounding area. Corso Italia has been a Business Improvement Area (BIA) in Toronto since 1984.
Corso Italia hosts several annual festivals, including the Corso Italia Toronto Fiesta in July.