Hyde HR Law accepts Labour clients from the Runnymede-Bloor West Village neighbourhood.
The neighbourhood, Runnymede-Bloor West Village is located in the Western part of Toronto. The neighbourhood boundary for Runnymede-Bloor West Village starts where Scarlett Road intersects with the Canadian National Railway. The boundary follows the Canadian National Railway East to Runnymede Road. At Runnymede Road, the boundary continues South to property line located South of Dundas Street West, in between Runnymede Road and Beresford Avenue. The boundary continues South along that property line located in between Runnymede Road and Beresford Avenue, until it connects back to Runnymede Road. Once at Runnymede Road, the boundary continues South until it meets Bloor Street West. At the intersection of Runnymede Road and Bloor Street West, the boundary continues West on Bloor Street West. When Bloor Street West intersects with Jane Street, the boundary then follows Jane Street North to St. Marks Road. At St. Marks Road, the boundary continues West to Varsity Road. At the St. Marks Road and Varsity Road intersection, the boundary then continues North-West along Varsity Road to Underwood Avenue. Once at Underwood Avenue, the boundary then follows Underwood Avenue, which turns into Gooch Avenue, North to Dundas Street West. The boundary then continues West on Dundas Street West to Scarlett Road. At the Dundas Street West and Scarlett Road intersection, the boundary then continues North on Scarlett Road back to the Canadian National Railway.