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Walk Liberty

By Sean Marshall, Liberty Village BIA

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Saturday, May 6



Language: English 

Area: Liberty Village

Theme: Architecture and Urban Planning, Transit and Accessibility, History and Community

Accessibility: Busy sidewalks


Once Toronto's manufacturing heartland, the neighbourhood today is home to thousands of residents. Its historic brick-and-beam factories and warehouses are now home to new creative industries, digital media firms, and innovative non-profit organizations.


Learn how Liberty Village got its name, its contributions to Canada's war effort, and how has adapted and transformed over the years to meet the needs of a growing and changing city. Share your stories and your thoughts on Liberty Village's challenges and opportunities, including new development and the Ontario Line.

  • Walk Start Location: Liberty Village Park, 70 E Liberty St, Toronto. Walk leader will have clipboard with Jane's Walk sign

  • Walk End Location: Northwest corner of Hanna and Liberty Streets.

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