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Wild Toronto: Walking the Ravine

Saturday, September 29, 10:30AM Explore the hidden world of one of Toronto’s ravines—its role in providing a refuge for wildlife and biodiversity, and the importance of our wetlands. Learn about the geological history of Toronto and with our final stop … Continue reading

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Wild Toronto: Walking the Ravine

Sunday, May 20, 10:30AM Explore the hidden world of one of Toronto’s ravines—its role in providing a refuge for wildlife and biodiversity, and the importance of our wetlands. Learn about the geological history of Toronto and with our final stop … Continue reading

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Giant Oaks of the Beaches

Join arborist Todd Irvine for a walk through the Beaches neighbourhood. Visit some of the largest and oldest trees in the city, and dip into the lush Glen Stewart Ravine, a picturesque remnant of the original forest that once blanketed the area. Explore … Continue reading

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West Don Lands: from Manufacturing to Medals

The area around the mouth of the Don River has undergone several transformations since the days when Aboriginal people fished and hunted in the marshes there. Hear about the area’s industrial past, its role hosting the Pan Am/Parapan Am Games athletes, and its … Continue reading

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West Don Lands: from Manufacturing to Medals

The area around the mouth of the Don River has undergone several transformations since the days when Aboriginal people fished and hunted in the marshes there. Hear about the area’s industrial past, its role hosting the Pan Am/Parapan Am Games athletes, and its … Continue reading

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