Wilson Station

Wilson is a station on the Yonge-University-Spadina line of the subway system of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It is located in the median of Allen Road at 570 Wilson Avenue, and it opened in 1978 in what was then the Borough of North York.

Wilson was the northern terminus of the Spadina line for eighteen years, but with the extension to Downsview station in 1996, some of the bus routes have moved from the station. An additional bus platform, not needed for the reduced number of buses, was mothballed and now serves a storage area, although in 2007 construction at the remaining terminal meant temporary use of the closed platform. Across from the station is the Wilson Complex (opened in 1977), which houses the system's largest subway marshalling yard (it took over Yonge-University-Spadina line operations from Davisville yard in 1993) and bus garage (servicing most bus routes in north Toronto).

It is located near the southern end of Downsview Park (formerly Downsview Airport); large events at the park, such as visits by the Pope John Paul II and benefit concerts, have resulted in heavy use of this station.

A sculpture by Ted Beiler entitled Canyons is located at the mezzanine level.