kipling avenue: Within the confines of the 74,000-square-foot facility at Kipling Avenue and Albion Road, the Rexdale Community Health Centre just recently renovated has only a few patients in its waiting area, while outside in the lobby, a group from the Rexdale Women's Centre hands out pamphlets to those clients passing through to access services ranging from employment to legal to health care, according to Toronto Star. Suzan Hall shows off one of the many murals on site, in the community room, at the Rexdale Community Hub. Quiet, but not silent. Staff/Metroland The agencies that inhabit the hub work with residents from some of the highest needs communities in Toronto Jamestown, Rexdale, Thistletown and others in northern Etobicoke where jobs and housing are scarce, and crime and poverty are ever on the doorstep. Situated near Toronto Pearson International Airport, community workers who spoke with Metroland Media Toronto said that refugees and newcomers come to northern Etobicoke soon after arriving and they need immediate assistance. According to a City of Toronto survey of high needs neighbourhoods conducted in 2014, four such neighbourhoods in north Etobicoke rated higher than the city's average for housing unaffordability, unemployment and poverty. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.