Rosedale is a well-to-do neighborhood in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, which was some time ago the bequest of William Botsford Jarvis, thus named by his significant other, granddaughter of William Dummer Powell, for the wild roses that developed there in abundance. It is found north of Downtown Toronto and is one of its most seasoned rural areas. It is additionally one of the wealthiest and most exceptionally estimated neighborhoods in Canada. Rosedale has been positioned the best neighborhood in Toronto to live by Toronto Life. It is known as the zone where the city’s ‘old cash’ lives, and is home to some of Canada’s wealthiest and most celebrated natives including Gerry Schwartz, author of Onex Corporation and Ken Thomson of Thomson Corporation the last of which being the wealthiest man in Canada at the season of his demise in 2006.