Don Mills iTour
This iTour has been designed so that you travel by car between the different quadrants of Don Mills, and park the car while you walk and listen to the tour. It should take a couple of hours, depending upon how long you linger at the stops along the way.
You’ll be guided around the different neighbourhoods of Don Mills, starting at the intersection of Don Mills Road and Lawrence Avenue East. You should print off the map on this page to guide you, so that you know where to park and how to get from stop to stop.
This iTour was written and narrated by Dave LeBlanc, Architourist with the Globe & Mail, with the assistance of Gary Miedema of Heritage Toronto. Thanks also go to long-time Don Mills resident Karl Frank and to Marta O’Brien, architectural historian and walk leader, for reviewing the iTour and providing feedback.
Special thanks go to the following organizations for making images available to us:
• Canadian Architectural Archives at the University of Calgary, Panda Association Fonds
• City of Toronto Archives
• NORR Architects, Engineers and Planners
• North York Historical Society
• Douglas Lee
• Dave LeBlanc
Interviews with Macklin Hancock, Douglas Lee and Henry Fliess are from Dave’s personal collection.
Produced by Popstream Productions for Heritage Toronto.