Oakwood–Vaughan is a multicultural neighbourhood in the York district of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The central strip of Oakwood–Vaughan, along Oakwood Avenue, is more recently known as Oakwood Village, the name of the neighbourhood’s Business Improvement Area (BIA), annual arts festival, and public library built in 1997.
The neighbourhood is bordered by Eglinton Avenue West to the north (Briar Hill–Belgravia), Dufferin Street to the west (Caledonia–Fairbank), St. Clair Avenue West to the south (Corso Italia and Bracondale Hill), and Winona Drive to the east (Humewood–Cedarvale). Oakwood–Vaughan was part of the former City of York before the amalgamation of Toronto in 1998. The neighbourhood’s northern half is nicknamed Five Points for the intersection of Oakwood Avenue, Vaughan Road, and Belvidere Avenue. The western half was called Northcliffe and is more recently known as Northcliffe Village. – Wikipedia