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.
Go back in time by going off the beaten path and explore the history of Toronto’s Island community. Once home to a community of over 600 cottages and homes stretching from Ward’s Island to Hanlan’s Point, remnants of the Island’s past can be found with a little luck—from old building foundations, to stonefront walls and gardens left free […]