History of Toronto , Name of Toronto , and Amalgamation of Toronto Before When Europeans first arrived at the site of present-day Toronto, the vicinity was inhabited by the Iroquois ,  who had displaced the Wyandot Huron people, occupants of the region for centuries before c. However, the word "Toronto", meaning "plenty" also appears in a French lexicon of the Huron language, which is also an Iroquoian language. In the s, the Iroquois established two villages within what is today Toronto, Ganatsekwyagon on the banks of the Rouge River and Teiaiagon on the banks of the Humber River. By , the Mississauga had displaced the Iroquois, who abandoned the Toronto area at the end of the Beaver Wars , with most returning to their base in present-day New York.
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The last thing she needs is someone else to look after, let alone someone who dribbles, snores and eats from the kitchen bin!! Yet, like it or not, her Grandmother has bequeathed her a very spoilt dog, Patrick - her pug. Surely she must have had her reasons?! Apparently not, as this four-legged interloper proceeds to cause chaos in all aspects of Sarah's life. But then something remarkable happens. Patrick, with all his stubby, stumpy attitude, begins to turn her life around.
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On March 15, , a royal charter was formally issued by King George IV , proclaiming "from this time one College, with the style and privileges of a University Established in , the School of Practical Science was precursor to the Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering , which has been nicknamed Skule since its earliest days. The university operated the Royal Conservatory of Music from to and the Royal Ontario Museum from to ; both still retain close ties with the university as independent institutions. The First and Second World Wars curtailed some university activities as undergraduate and graduate men eagerly enlisted. The university's former affiliated schools at the Ontario Agricultural College and Glendon Hall became fully independent of the University of Toronto and became part of University of Guelph in and York University in , respectively.