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This blog is part of a short series on our recently released Parks Platform 2018, which includes 13 ideas to improve parks across Toronto. In this second blog we focus on the important of long-term engagement and programming in parks. The first focused on...read more
This blog is part of a short series on our recently released Parks Platform 2018, which includes 13 ideas to improve parks across Toronto. In this first blog we focus on the challenge of parks maintenance and operations. Read the entire Parks Platform here....read more
North York’s Shoreham Walkway is a diverse neighbourhood where Halloween just isn’t a “thing.” It’s a diverse community where everyone respects everyone else’s holidays. Some celebrate Dwali, others Easter, but very few celebrate Halloween. Clara Stewart Robertson,...read more
The Toronto born tradition of Pumpkin Parades have taken on a life of their own as whispers about the phenomenon have spread across the country. We spoke with Anita Grace, who brought the parades to Ottawa to get the scoop on what it’s been like bringing the Halloween...read more
Yes, Pumpkin Parades are a Toronto-born cultural phenomenon. But, do you know the woman behind this great tradition? We sat down with the mastermind behind the 12 years and continuing Pumpkin Parade at Sorauren Park, Colleen Kennedy. And, it turns out that for her, as...read more
Pumpkin Parade season is upon us. Last year, there were 47 Pumpkin Parades held in parks in every corner of the city. Whether you're hosting a parade for the first time, or you're a seasoned pro, there are a few important things to know about planning your parade in...read more
Parks are not a frill, but core pieces of city infrastructure that bring critically needed benefits to strengthen o… t.co/NnSCIbRNgJ