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      Sweetie Pie is delighted to be a part of some of Toronto's most captivating communities. Our bakery takes immense pride in contributing to the vibrant tapestry of this remarkable city. From the bustling streets of downtown to the charming neighborhoods that define Toronto's character, we are grateful for the opportunity to connect with diverse communities and create memorable moments for our customers. Whether it's serving up our delectable pastries in the eclectic Queen West or providing a sweet escape in the enchanting Distillery District, Sweetie Pie cherishes the chance to be a part of the city's rich cultural fabric. We are committed to fostering a sense of belonging, celebrating local flavors, and adding a touch of sweetness to the lives of Torontonians.


Unionville is a historic village located in the city of Markham, just north of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Its history dates back to the early 19th century when it was settled by European immigrants seeking a new life in Upper Canada. The village takes its name from the Union Mills, a group of mills that were built along the banks of the Don River.

During its early years, Unionville thrived as an agricultural community, with farming and milling serving as the primary economic activities. The village grew steadily, and by the mid-19th century, it became a bustling trade center with various shops, inns, and services catering to the local farming community.

In the late 19th century, Unionville experienced a significant transformation with the arrival of the Toronto and Nipissing Railway. The railway brought increased connectivity to the village, facilitating the transportation of goods and people. This development spurred further growth and diversification of Unionville's economy.

The late 19th and early 20th centuries witnessed the construction of iconic landmarks that still define Unionville today. The Unionville Train Station, built in 1871, became a symbol of the village's importance as a transportation hub. St. John's Anglican Church, established in 1832, became a central gathering place for the community.

Throughout the 20th century, Unionville retained its charm and historical character. The village's well-preserved heritage buildings and picturesque Main Street became a draw for residents and visitors alike. In recognition of its historical significance, Unionville was designated as a Heritage Conservation District in 1987, ensuring the preservation of its unique architecture and streetscape.

Today, Unionville seamlessly blends its rich history with modern amenities and a vibrant cultural scene. The village offers a delightful mix of boutique shops, restaurants, art galleries, and community events. It has become a popular tourist destination, attracting visitors who appreciate its small-town ambiance and heritage charm.

Unionville's legacy as a historical and cultural gem continues to thrive, serving as a reminder of the early settlement days in the region. The village stands as a testament to the resilience of its residents and their commitment to preserving its unique identity amidst the rapid urbanization of the Greater Toronto Area.

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