North Toronto

Nutritional IV Therapy

  • May help get rid of hangover.

  • May help restore beauty with our ultimate anti-aging infusion.

  • Contact us now and book your appointment.

If you’re looking for help on how to recover from a hangover, an intravenous vitamin drip may be ideal for you. You can also try our beauty IV’s to give your skin that beautiful, healthy glow. Contact our clinic or visit us for more info about iv vitamin therapy.

Toronto Naturopath

  • Wellness center offers pain care modalities, iv therapies, and other health programs.

  • Reliable staff available to assist you with your needs.

Naturopathic practitioner, licensed to practice, is ready to help you achieve optimum health through naturopathy. We also have friendly staff to assist you.

About North Toronto

For many years, nutritional IV drips have been used to help prevent various illnesses, treat acute or chronic ailments or bring you back to your vibrant self. This form of treatment is becoming popular nowadays as more researchers are publishing studies that supports its efficacy. Contact us to learn more.

North Toronto is an informal district in the northern part of the Old Toronto District in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. When Toronto was amalgamated in the year 1998, the North Toronto neighbourhood located at the north part of the old city was made to occupy a central location with new city boundaries.

North Toronto became a popular streetcar suburb with the area being completely developed by the 1940s. The formal interurban or radial railway, Metropolitan line, was replaced by Toronto’s Yonge Street streetcar line extending through North Toronto. In 1954, the streetcar was replaced by Toronto Transit Commission’s Yonge subway and was later on replaced by a subway station the year 1973.

Notable establishments/places include:

– Mount Pleasant Cemetery
– Beltline Trail
– Canada Square
– Toronto Camera Club

Some other interesting facts about North Toronto:

– The headquarters of Canadian Tire, TVOntario, RioCan, Heart and Stroke Foundation and the Toronto Transit Commission are located in North Toronto.

– There are two community centres in North Toronto; Central Eglinton Community Centre and North Toronto Memorial Community Centre.

– Kate Buckman located at Mount Pleasant near Eglinton for many years until it closed in 2007, was once the largest bridge club in North America.

Construction of residential condominiums increased rapidly making the neighbourhood’s population dense. In spite of these major changes, North Toronto retained its identity as a neighbourhood. Today, North Toronto is relatively speaking a rich community and is also very popular among families with school-age children.

Come and visit North Toronto today!

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