Sherbourne Common on Saturday, May 29. Photo by Joel Charlebois/Torontoist.
Last week, Toronto’s Parks, Forestry and Recreation department quietly settled the fierce debate about whether the new park sitting at Sherbourne’s foot—whose new name was chosen by you—should be Sherbourne Commons (which is plural, and could describe the park’s north and south halves) or Sherbourne Common (which is singular, and could describe the park as a whole). The right name, since approved by City Council? It’s Sherbourne Common. Parks’ report is here [PDF].