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Dial A Tutor Toronto

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Dial A Tutor has been proudly providing home tutoring services for the past 10 years.  Established by school principals we are your #1 choice when it comes to home tutoring service in Toronto and surrounding areas.  With affordable rates and 1 on 1 individualized home tutoring support it is no wonder many parents choose us instead of your nearby learning centre.

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Dial A Tutor provides private in-home tutors for the following subjects

  • English Grades K-12, University and College courses
  • Mathematics Grades K-12, University and College courses | Calculus | Data Management | Functions and Relations | Statistics
  • Science Grades K-12, University and College courses | Physics | Chemistry | Biology | Physiology |
  • E.S.L. T.E.S.L
  • French Core Grades 4-12 | French Immersion Grades K – 12
  • Writing   | remedial and enrichment programs
  • Reading  | remedial and enrichment programs
  • Reading comprehension
  • Essay Writing | Editing for grades 7-12, University and college courses
  • transcribing services

 

Our Tutors service the following areas in Toronto and the GTA

Toronto | North York | Etobicoke | Rosedale | Leaside | East York | City of York  | Scarborough | Mississauga | Brampton | Thornhill | Richmond hill | Markham | Woodbridge | Maple | Newmarket

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Toronto - Head Office
416-607-6401
Ottawa-Gatineau
613-244-9185
North York | Etobicoke
416-228-8801
Vancouver | Victoria
778-329-4227
Scarborough | East York
416-228-8809
Calgary | Alberta
403-695-0278
Richmond Hill | Thornhill | Markham
905-881-2426
Newmarket | Aurora | King City
905-882-8809
Woodbridge | Maple
905-889-3366
Mississauga | Brampton
905-452-3188

Did you know? 
Exert taken from Wikipedia
The inner suburbs are contained within the former municipalities of York and East York. These are mature and traditionally working class areas, primarily consisting of post–World War I small, single-family homes and small apartment blocks. Neighbourhoods such as Crescent Town, Thorncliffe Park, Weston, and Oakwood–Vaughan mainly consist of high-rise apartments, which are home to many new immigrant families. During the 2000s, many neighbourhoods have become ethnically diverse and have undergone gentrification, as a result of increasing population and a housing boom during the late 1990s and first decade of the 21st century. The first neighbourhoods affected were Leaside and North Toronto, gradually progressing into the western neighbourhoods in York. Some of the area’s housing is in the process of being replaced or remodelled.
The outer suburbs comprising the former municipalities of Etobicoke (west), Scarborough (east) and North York (north) largely retain the grid plan laid before post-war development. Sections were long established and quickly growing towns before the suburban housing boom began and the emergence of Metro Government, existing towns or villages such as Mimico, Islington and New Toronto in Etobicoke; Willowdale, Newtonbrook and Downsview in North York;Agincourt, Wexford and West Hill in Scarborough where suburban development boomed around or between these and other towns beginning in the late 1940s. Upscale neighbourhoods were built such as the Bridle Path in North York, the area surrounding the Scarborough Bluffs in Guildwood, and most of central Etobicoke, such as Humber Valley Village, and The Kingsway. One of largest and earliest “planned communities” was Don Mills, parts of which were first built in the 1950s.[31] Phased development mixing single-detached housing with higher density apartment blocks became more popular as a suburban model of development. Over the late 20th century and early 21st century, North York City Centre, Etobicoke City Centre and Scarborough City Centre have emerged as secondary business districts outside Downtown Toronto. High-rise development in these areas have given the former municipalities distinguishable skylines of their own with high-density transit corridors serving them.
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