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Historic Corktown: Tree Walk and Tales

Kiel Hassanali, J. Corbett, and Coralina Lemos

Corktown: Once referred to as a village that served the needs of early century immigrants.

Explore the tree-lined streetscape of this neighbourhood and hear stories about its connected built history. This walk will help attendees develop a greater understanding of tree species and the natural features that contribute to our cities urban canopy.

Our journey will take participants past century rowhouse-lined streets and remaining industrial buildings.

We will meet at Little Trinity Church grounds and end at Corktown Common; an 18-acre man made park. Participant Q and A will be encouraged!

Details: Look for an orange colored "Walk With Us" sign

Walk Start:

Grounds of Little Trinity Church, 425 King St E, Toronto, ON M5A 1L3.

Corktown Common, 155 Bayview Avenue, Toronto.

Walk End:

Date: May 5

10:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.




Environment and Sustainability, History and Places, People and Communities.


Uneven terrain, Busy sidewalks, Family-friendly walk.

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