Alison Stewart

Trail Trek: Bridging the Gap from Earl Bales Park to York Mills Station

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A screenshot of a Google map. A red arrow points towards Earl Bales Community Centre with text that reads "Meet at front doors of Earl Bales Community Centre".

[A map of the meeting location, the front doors of Earl Bales Community Centre]

Ravines serve as vital ecological corridors and green spaces that communities enjoy to enhance well-being in our urban environment. By advocating for a trail connection between the park and subway station, we aim to create a sustainable transportation option that promotes active living, reduces carbon emissions, and brings us closer to the harmonious coexistence of urban development and natural preservation.

During the Trail Trek, we will hear from local experts, environmental enthusiasts, and community leaders who will enlighten us about the ecological significance of ravines and the transformative impact of connecting these natural treasures to our public transportation system. We'll have the opportunity to engage in meaningful conversations, learn about ongoing initiatives, and contribute to the dialogue surrounding the importance of preserving our ravines for future generations.

Lace up your walking shoes, embrace the beauty of nature, and join us on this trail to bridging the gap between the park and subway, finding the path towards a greener future.

Organizations participating in the walk:

  • The Centre for Active Transportation, Cycle Toronto, Evergreen, Foodshare, Park People, Toronto Field Naturalists, WalkTO

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