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5100 Yonge St.,
Mel Lastman Square is a public square at North York Civic Centre in the North York community of the city of Toronto, Ontario, Canada called North York City Hall. It is named for former North York mayor (and later Toronto mayor) Mel Lastman. The square hosts a variety of activities throughout the year, but is…1follower
1300 Elgin Mills Road,
The Richmond Green Sports Centre and Park has something for everyone; soccer fields, waterfalls, basketball courts, splash pools and quiet, shaded picnic areas combine to make it the perfect place for family gatherings, and outdoor activities with friends and co-workers.
550 Bayview Ave.,
Located in the Don Valley, The Brick Works is an internationally significant heritage site located within the Don River watershed. The 16.5 (40.7 acre) site is open for public use, education and enjoyment. Evergreen Brick Works is a community environmental centre that inspires and equips visitors to live, work and…4followers
1 Dundas St. E.,
Yonge-Dundas Square is a unique focal point of the downtown Toronto community. The Square is designated for use as a public open space and as an event venue that can accommodate events of various sizes. You'll discover a wide range of activities on the Square: community celebrations, theatrical events, concerts,…1follower
Lawrence Ave. & Brimley Rd.,
Thomson Memorial Park is the birthplace of the City of Scarborough. First opened in 1960, the park commemorates the site staked out by the first settlers of Scarborough, the Thomson family, who arrived in 1796. Thomson Memorial is one of Scarborough's most popular parks, offering a variety of activities, including…
2075 Queen St. E,
Located in the heart of the Beaches, this park hosts many community and special events, including the Beaches International Jazz Festival, an annual Canada Day celebration and skating in the winter. The gardens run from Queen Street East down to the boardwalk and the beach.
201 Guildwood Parkway,
The Guild is a unique facility encompassing several historic buildings inside a public park. Guildwood Park forms a naturalized frame around the formal Guild Inn Gardens, within which one may find the historic Guild Inn (now closed to the public) and several other historic structures. Surrounding these buildings are…
Cumberland St & Bellair St,
This unique park, in Yorkville District, features a birch grove, a wildflower meadow to a pine forest and a massive granite outcrop. The park has won a number of international design awards, and Torontonians are divided: they either love it or hate it!
700 Sandy Beach Road,
Alex Robertson ParkThe park is located on the shore of the 134 acre Hydro Marsh, which is protected from Lake Ontario by a dynamic barrier beach. Under the guidance of the "Frenchman's Bay Watershed Rehabilitation Project", Alex Robertson Park has become a demonstration site for restoring open spaces to a more natural…