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At its headwaters, Taylor-Massey Creek collects sixteen hectares of stormwater from Highway 401, making it arguably Toronto’s most urbanized river, and an excellent example of the wear and tear cities have on a watercourse. For the creeks entirety, storm sewers send an onslaught of untreated water directly into the creek, and during heavy rain, combined […]
Look up Toronto! The 416 Project is popping-up on utility poles scattering pint-sized art across Toronto and transforming the city into one giant art gallery. The best part is you can take one home!
You’ve crossed it more times than you can probably remember as you travel east and west across Toronto, spanning the slopes of the Don Valley Ravine, high over the river. Bridging The Don: the Prince Edward Viaduct, released by City of Toronto Archives, takes a look at the history of the Prince Edward Viaduct, from its lengthy approval […]
The most urbanized watershed in the Toronto region, Scarborough’s Highland Creek watershed still offers a great escape in nature with remnant forests, wetlands and meadows ready for exploring.
Have you ever wondered why sunrises and sunsets look more vivid in the winter than in the summer? In the summer, the air is full of pollen, smog and more moisture than in the winter, leading to more muted colours. While in the winter, the air is drier and cleaner, giving way to the beautiful, crisp […]
Alive with nature and art, the 84 km Pan Am Path connects Toronto’s west and east end from Claireville Dam to Rouge Beach Park. One of the many art pieces you can discover along the path, Callen Shaub’s ORBITAL is a collection of large-scale paintings created by a pendulum, set up with ladders and a bucket of paint. You can find ORBITAL […]
“Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower.” -Albert Camus
Inside these pods, two Goldenrod Gall Flies are settling in for the winter.