Posts Filed Under: “Don River”
A Toronto park becomes a much-needed veterans’ hospital.
What Toronto can learn from Seoul.
In 1969, the Don River was declared dead. But with conservation efforts and advocacy, that's changed.
This Sunday, 19 "historian athletes" met up to portage Ontario's oldest footpath.
Three levels of government announce a study to assess cost risks associated with flood control and naturalizing the Don River.
By removing the Gardiner and building a better vision for the waterfront, Toronto has the rare opportunity to learn from its historic mistakes, writes Jennifer Bonnell.
The Peter R. Lamb and Co. glue factory generates a big stink.
A photography series captures the Don in winter and one photographer's connection to his new home.
San Francisco's Market Street pays tribute to its forgotten waterways with a special art installation.
Could you spot a Smooth Greensnake? Profiling some of the city's lesser-known critters.
Can an oil rig-turned-Malaysian diving platform inspire the renovation of the Eastern Avenue Bridge?
A look at past, present, and future efforts to control flooding in the Don Valley.
Around 700 people rode canoes down the Don River, which had been flooded especially for the occasion.
Last night: a public consultation to discuss the accelerated development of the Port Lands.
In the midst of uncertainty over the development of Toronto's waterfront, landscape architect Michael Van Valkenburgh explains the approved Lower Don Lands plan.
A series of severe storms crossed the province Sunday afternoon, the most extreme of which was a tornado that heavily damaged the town of Goderich, Ontario.