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Located just north of Toronto, Vaughan is a part of York region. The city has a population of over 288,000 people making it the fifth largest city in the Greater Toronto Area, and 17th largest overall in Canada. The population consists of different ethnic backgrounds, a majority from Southern and Eastern European countries, with growing diverse segments from Asian and Middle Eastern descent.
With such a multicultural and growing city, Vaughan has a long reputation of being a great destination for amenities, shopping and thriving businesses for both national and global companies. Most notably, the Vaughan Mills Shopping Centre, one of Ontario’s largest malls featuring both local and national retailers. The city also has Ontario’s amusement park, Canada’s Wonderland, known for its large park, attractions and roller coasters. The vibrant and dynamic bars, lounges and restaurants make Vaughan an enticing destination for a range of food lovers and connoisseurs. The eateries vary from fine dining establishments to a variety of bistros to family focused destinations such as grills and buffets.
If you are a resident of Vaughan or the surrounding area and would like advice or assistance with a franchise dispute or a business dispute contact Ben Hanuka at (416) 899-4147.
Directions to Our Vaughan Office
400 Applewood Cres., Suite 100,
(In the Deloitte Building)
Law Works Vaughan Phone: (416) 899-4147
Our Vaughan office is strategically located in the intensifying downtown Vaughan, just minutes from the intersection of Highways 407 and 400, and the new Vaughan Metropolitan Centre subway station. We are in the heart of York Region, between the cities of Toronto, Markham, Richmond Hill, Mississauga, and Brampton, with convenient access to the anywhere in the Greater Toronto Area. Our offices are in the Deloitte Building, on the ground floor for easy access, with ample free parking.Back
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