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This category includes articles on the rivers that flow through Toronto. Only two medium sized rivers are contained entirely within Toronto's boundaries - Highland Creek (although part of its watershed contains a portion of southern Markham), and Taylor-Massey Creek which is a tributary of the Don River, East Branch. Toronto is dominated by three rivers including the Humber, the Don and the Rouge which originate north of Toronto in the Oak Ridges Moraine. Mimico Creek, and Etobicoke Creek are minor streams which originate in Brampton and Mississauga.

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