Completed in 2023, Ethennonnhawahstihnen’ (pronounced Etta-nonna wasti-nuh) is a multi-use Community Recreation Centre with an Aquatic Centre, Child Care Centre and a Toronto Public Library branch.

The community recreation centre, street, and adjacent area are located within 800 metres of a significant Huron-Wendat archaeological site - the Moatfield Ossuary and village (1280 CE to 1320 CE).

Recognizing the significance of the site, in 2019, the City of Toronto Indigenous Affairs Office reached out to the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation and Huron-Wendat Nation to understand how the City could commemorate the site and foster dialogue between current residents and Indigenous communities.

Ultimately, the Wendat name, Ethennonnhawahstihnen', meaning "where they had a good, beautiful life", was suggested by the Huron-Wendat Nation to rename nearby Woodsy Park (located at 80 McMahon Dr.) and Woodsy Park Lane.

In a separate process, the Toronto Public Library (TPL) Board approved the name "Ethennonnhawahstihnen’ Branch" for the new onsite TPL branch on January 24, 2022, based on advice from the TPL Naming Committee and the TPL Indigenous Advisory Council, which endorsed the name, with the understanding that Ethennonnhawahstihnen' was the preferred name of the Huron-Wendat Nation.