COVID-19 EMERGENCY RESPONSE – please see our most recent posts for information and resources available to residents and small business >>
Who’s still open in Corso Italia? Check out our list for businesses that need your support more than ever
Tre Mari Bakery Featured on BlogTO for their incredible 7-week rapid transformation of their 60-year-old Corso Italia Bakery business into an online shop with over 900 items to serve the community during COVID.
Corso Italia is a family-friendly neighbourhood of hidden gems with a strong commercial legacy that is ready to be reignited. Here, we celebrate the spirit of our rich and diverse heritage in the authentic, everyday neighbourhood rituals that create community. Alive with history at every turn and welcoming to all, we’re both a destination neighbourhood and a place to call home.
Your Corso, your way
In Italian, corso means street, or way. But in Toronto, Corso means so much more. It’s a place where people raise families and pass down old world traditions and shopkeepers remember your kids’ names. It’s knowing you can find everything you need on one street, and always discover something new. Most of all, it’s feeling connected to real people freely sharing their traditions, culture and talents to create a community that’s like no other — but that belongs
to us all.
WEBSITE UPDATE: We’re renovating the BIA website! Please check back soon for our new site packed with what’s happening in Corso Italia or follow our social media channels @CorsoItaliaBIA (Facebook & Instagram) and @CorsoItaliaTO (Twitter)