The name Inglewood was used on a 1905 plan of subdivision and is now applied to the neighbourhood. Inglewood's growth started after World War II and was originally called West Inglewood and located on land owned, in 1882, by J. Norris Sr. and R. Logan. Inglewood was annexed in two stages in 1904 and 1920. Development was spurred on by the extension of the electric street car as a low density residential development. They used the Westmount community Hall from 1910 - 1950 before building their own hall.
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