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11 Turkey Istanbul Turkey Hotel Istanbul at the Bosphorus After the Rebellions the new governor Charles Poulett Thomson 1st Baron Sydenham proved an exemplary Utilitarian despite his aristocratic pretensions This combination of free trade and aristocratic pretensions needs to be underscored; although a liberal capitalist Sydenham was no radical democrat Sydenham approached the task of implementing those aspects of Durham's report that the colonial office approved of municipal reform and the union of the Canadas with a "campaign of state violence and coercive institutional innovation . empowered not just by the British state but also by his Benthamite certainties." Like governors Bond Head before him and Metcalfe after he was to turn to the Orange Order for often violent support it was Sydenham who played a critical role in transforming Compact Tories into Conservatives Sydenham introduced a vast expansion of the state apparatus through the introduction of municipal government Areas not already governed through civic corporations or police boards would be governed through centrally controlled District Councils with authority over roads schools and local policing a strengthened Executive Council would further usurp much of the elected assembly's legislative role leaving elected politician's to simply review the administration's legislative program and budgets Settlement. 12 References Glendon College (Toronto) Okemaperesse 5 Chancellors The Toronto District School Board (TDSB; known as English-language Public District School Board No 12 prior to 1999) is the English-language public-secular school board for Toronto Ontario Canada the minority public-secular francophone (Conseil scolaire Viamonde) public-separate anglophone (Toronto Catholic District School Board) and public-separate francophone (Conseil scolaire catholique MonAvenir) communities of Toronto also have their own publicly funded school boards and schools that operate in the same area but which are independent of the TDSB Its headquarters are in the district of North York The TDSB was founded on January 20 1953 as the Metropolitan Toronto School Board (MTSB) as a "super-ordinate umbrella board" to coordinate activities and to apportion tax revenues equitably across the six anglophone and later a francophone school boards within Metro Toronto the MTSB was reorganized and replaced on January 1 1998 when the six anglophone metro school boards and MTSB merged to form the Toronto District School Board the francophone school board of MTSB was amalgamated with several other Francophone school boards in the region to form Conseil scolaire Viamonde Today the TDSB is Canada's largest school board and the fourth largest school board in North America Contents. . St Joseph's Morrow Park Catholic Secondary School (Toronto 1960 - Sisters of St Joseph), 1996 2nd Map of Toronto with major traffic routes Also shown are the boundaries of six former municipalities which form the current City of Toronto, Victorian-era Bay-and-gable houses are a distinct architectural style of residence that is ubiquitous throughout the older neighbourhoods of Toronto The pre-amalgamation City of Toronto covers the area generally known as downtown and also older neighbourhoods to the east west and north of downtown It is the most densely populated part of the city the Financial District contains the First Canadian Place Toronto-Dominion Centre Scotia Plaza Royal Bank Plaza Commerce Court and Brookfield Place This area includes among others the neighbourhoods of St James Town Garden District St Lawrence Corktown and Church and Wellesley From that point the Toronto skyline extends northward along Yonge Street Old Toronto is also home to many historically wealthy residential enclaves such as Yorkville Rosedale the Annex Forest Hill Lawrence Park Lytton Park Deer Park Moore Park and Casa Loma most stretching away from downtown to the north East and west of downtown neighbourhoods such as Kensington Market Chinatown Leslieville Cabbagetown and Riverdale are home to bustling commercial and cultural areas as well as communities of artists with studio lofts with many middle- and upper-class professionals Other neighbourhoods in the central city retain an ethnic identity including two smaller Chinatowns the Greektown area Little Italy Portugal Village and Little India along with others Suburbs!