Posts Filed Under: High Park
The BBC uses Toronto to play Washington D.C., and shows it's possible to make a blockbuster mini-series in town.
A terrible film spawned two direct-to-video sequels. Naturally, everything was shot in Toronto.
How an international gesture of friendship turned High Park into one of the most popular springtime destinations in Toronto.
Each spring when conditions are right, the City burns selected areas of High Park under controlled conditions to save an endangered ecosystem.
Concerned about public safety and their neighbourhood's heritage, Runnymede-area residents take to the streets.
Is Grenadier Pond named for British grenadiers who drowned there during the War of 1812? Or is there a more likely explanation?
The oldest outdoor theatre event in Canada celebrates 30 years with an old favourite and contemporary twists.
In today's Urban Planner: Fairy Hikes in High Park, comedians at Kitch Bar, and André Laplante kicks off the Toronto Summer Music Festival.
HGTV's Mike Holmes helped repair the arson-damaged Jamie Bell Adventure Playground on Saturday.
This weekend, the dogs take over with Woofstock 2012, drums from around the world are banged at a festival in Woodbine Park, an open house answers your waterfront questions, Oakwood Village celebrates diversity with an art festival, and more.
With a dash of television magic, the High Park playground that was burned down in March will be rebuilt in July by Mike Holmes (and the community).
Cherry blossom madness reaches new peak.
Some early photos as the cherry trees bloom.
As the High Park community plans to rebuild their burned playground, councillor Sarah Doucette confronts the challenges of keeping a city within a park.
Beloved turrets set on fire last weekend.
Jerk(s) bring community together.
An outpouring of community and corporate support bolsters plans to rebuild the beloved Jamie Bell playground.