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Tipis, Cricket and LRT's at Fergy's park

By Mount Dennis Community Association

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Sunday, May 7

12:00 PM - 1:30 PM


Language: English 

Theme: Advocacy and Politics, Arts and Culture, Food and Drink, Architecture and Urban Planning, Environment and Sustainability, Transit and Accessibility, History and Community, engagement and reconciliation

Accessibility: Dog-friendly walk, Family-friendly walk, elevation changes but on asphalt trail or sidewalks


Fergy Brown Park, named after a former York mayor, was agricultural till 1965. It has a rich Indigenous history as the Carrying Place Trail, almost hosted the Richview expressway, and now is being threatened by the Crosstown extension which is going to destroy a large amount of the natural section of the park. Local Indigenous people feel their rights to be consulted about a major heritage site are being ignored.

  • Walk Start Location: Mount Dennis ( Weston & Eglinton ). Walk leaders will have blue Shirts and banners.

  • Walk End Location: Jane and Eglinton

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