top of page

Looking for Earlscourt-
Big Dreams in a Modest Neighbourhood

David Raymont

How can a few blocks of 100-year-old modest-sized homes link the stories of First Nations, Oscar Wilde, a Prince of Wales, World War One, and newcomers shaping the future of Toronto?

Often, passion, hope, and history emerge in the most unexpected places.

Join us in exploring the many stories of Earlscourt!

Walk Start:

Walk starts on Mackay Avenue at Dufferin, by Phil's Shoe Repair. This is one block south of Dufferin and St. Clair Ave West, where the St. Clair streetcar and Dufferin Road bus both stop. In the Corso Italia neighbourhood.

Walks ends at Lansdowne Ave. and St. Clair Avenue West by the St. Clair West streetcar stop.

Walk End:

David Raymont

Date: May 4

10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.




Architecture and Urban Planning
History and Places
People and Communities


Busy sidewalks, family-friendly walk.

bottom of page