Thornhill is one of the larger subdivisions in the Vaughan/Markham region as it boasts a population of approximately 110,000. It was founded back in 1794 as a small municipal village, but has now grown into a thriving community with numerous schools, churches, commercial endeavors and upscale residential areas.
Thornhill revolves around Yonge Street and can be accessed by major provincial highways including 7 and 404. The area has grown steadily since the 1960s and is regarded as a friendly multicultural location with a diverse population. There is plenty of parkland within Thornhill and some of the most popular sites of interest include Old Victoria Hall, the Mason Cogswell Wagonyard, and Conley Park.