Award Winning Criminal Lawyers Accepting Cases in St Lawrence-East Bayfront-The Islands Toronto Ontario

From October 4 to 29, 2021, Canadian Lawyer Magazine conducted a survey to select the top boutique criminal law firms in Canada. From an extensive list of candidates, respondents ranked the top firms in this category in Canada, including Toronto in the Region in Ontario. Survey participants were asked to rank the top criminal law firms by region. Voters chose ten top boutique criminal law firms in Ontario, with Caramanna Friedberg LLP being selected as one of the top ten.

St Lawrence-East Bayfront-The Islands Toronto Criminal Lawyers

Caramanna Friedberg LLP accepts criminal clients from the St Lawrence-East Bayfront-The Islands neighbourhood. The neighbourhood, St Lawrence-East Bayfront-The Islands is located in the southern part of Toronto. The neighbourhood boundary for St Lawrence-East Bayfront-The Islands starts at the intersection of Front Street West and York Street. The boundary continues east along Front Street West and turns northeast along Eastern Avenue. The boundary turns slightly northeast onto Lawrence Harris Square then northwest onto Lower River Street then east onto Adelaide Street East. The boundary continues on Adelaide Street East before turning south onto Bayview Avenue for a short distance then continue slightly east on the Corktown Common Trail. After approximately 100 metres on the Corktown Common Trail, the boundary turns east and follows the Don River into the Keating Channel. The boundary then continues west along the Keating Channel, which eventually filters out into Toronto Harbour/Lake Ontario. At Lake Ontario, the boundary continues West along the Lake, around the Toronto's Islands and the Toronto Island airport; Billy Bishop Airport. Once the boundary is around the islands and intersects with York Street, the boundary continues north along York Street back to Front Street West.

About St Lawrence-East Bayfront-The Islands

East Bayfront, or the East Bayfront Precinct, is an emerging neighbourhood in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It is currently undergoing a transformation from industrial use to mixed-use as part of Waterfront Toronto's plans to create a residential and commercial district urban core near the lake. The area is bordered by the Parliament Street to the east, Jarvis Street and the Jarvis Slip to the west, and the rail line and Gardiner Expressway to the north. The area is 15.5 hectares (38 acres) of land. The area was filled in during the 19th and 20th Century to accommodate growth of business needing access to the waterfront.


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