Steinberg and Miracle Mart
By Claudio D'Intino
I moved into Humber Summit in 1967. As a kid, our first grocery trip was to Steinberg Supermarket at 2592 Finch Ave West, in the Finchdale Plaza.
The story of the Steinbergs goes back to 1917, when Ida Steinberg opened up a grocery store in Montreal. Led by son, Sam Stein...
Humber Summit’s important annual gathering
By Tim Lambrinos
It happens every August. The last Sunday is selected by relatives of Humber Summit’s pioneer ancestors for an annual get-together.
The gathering is a very special and relaxing extended family reunion. They meet at the Pine Ridge Cemetery where all their ancestors lay t...
History of Humber Summit
By Sean Delaney
Humber Summit began as a pioneer settlement in the 1840s. This community revolved around the Rowntree grist and saw mills which operated on the banks of the Humber River where Rowntree Mills Park is situated today.
Many of Humber Summit’s first settlers are buried in the histo...
The future looks bright on Islington Ave.
By James Worth
As we have reported before in previous articles, the area was long overdue for improvement. Beyond the aging infrastructure, both parking and garbage were atop the list of concerns voiced by local shop owners and residents.
Parking in particular proved to be a divisive issu...
Satterly & Plunkett Rd Streetscape Projects
Making a difference: Important Satterly and Plunkett Road Streetscape Projects
The area known more recently as Italian Gardens in Humber Summit was for many years, a significant destination place for shoppers and homeowners to the affluent subdivisions adjacent to the Humber River.