You don’t have to travel miles away to a provincial park just to get a chance to view the colourful fall leaves this season. Right in the heart of Toronto you will be able to see these magnificent fall colours. All you need is to dedicate a lovely afternoon, a good pair of hiking shoes and that cup of pumpkin spice latte to keep you warm during your city adventure.
The chair of the planned Don River Valley super park says that private donors have an obligation to support the project.
Andy Chisholm, a board member for Evergreen Brick Works and chair of the Don River Valley Park initiative, spoke at a press conference at the Brick Works on Tuesday. He acknowledged the private donors and described the significance of private investment in this project.
Eddie Ruminski runs a website called HighParkPokemon.com. A fan of Pokémon since his youth, he became interested in the social aspect of the game following its release in July and began hiding Pokemon toys around the High Park zoo.
Areas of High Park will be lit on fire this spring to help sustain the forests over the long term.
The Terry Fox Run in High Park was launched 1987 and and projects to attract over 800 people on Sunday, September 14th.
TORONTO — Take it from High Park tennis players: you can play tennis in Canada all year round. Set in the heart of Toronto’s biggest park, the public courts have created tennis players so devoted,…
TORONTO — For west end tennis players, it seems there’s no place like Howard Park Tennis Club (HPTC). Embedded in the east end of High Park, HPTC is a home away from home for many of…
Jennifer Hamilton has been keeping it secret from her son for a week. “I haven’t told my son yet because I know he’d be upset,” she said. “I think (the damage) is a huge waste.” The castle at Jamie Bell Adventure Playground burned down early St. Patrick’s Day (March 17) morning. Hamilton’s five-year-old son Leith is fond of the playground.
Louis Gris is frustrated about improper development in his neighbourhood. He’s specifically upset about what he says in an illegally built house on Morningside Avenue. “I find it absolutely unacceptable… when if I don’t pay…
Susie Styrsky says cutting youth programs won’t help Toronto’s kids or its crime rate.