Whose Nation? 8 Important Perspectives

This year, learn from a special blend of different perspectives that consider what life in Toronto is all about.

Nico Koenig, April 24, 2014

This year - learn from a special blend of different perspectives that consider what life in Toronto is all about. Here are 8 important perspectives to consider from Etobicoke, North York, Scarborough and unique spots in between.

Tehran in Toronto - Saturday, May 3rd 4:00pm
Explore the Iranian neighborhood and learn about Toronto's Persian culture.

Secrets of Mimico: Tell Me Your Stories - Saturday May 3rd 11:00am
Walk together as community and share stories together of the past and future of Mimico.
Mix it up in Taylor Massey- Saturday May 3rd 10:30am
Come out and meet the people of Taylor Massey for their 5th Annual Jane's Walk discussing the unique dynamics of the Taylor Massey Neighbourhood.

Access in the City - Saturday May 3rd 11:30am
Our walk will focus on accessibility, inclusion, and safety. There will be extra wheelchairs for people who may need extra support to attend the walk  and also for folks who may want to experience the Yonge and Eglinton neighbourhood using a wheelchair. http://janeswalk.org/canada/toronto/access-city/

Belly Full: A History of Hunger Resistance in Parkdale - Saturday May 3rd 2014 10:30am
Explores the progressive history of food security activity. Led by PARC Ambassadors who are member leaders, with the lived experience of poverty, mental health challenges and homelessness.

Walking with Refugees in the West Bend - Sunday May 4th 2:00pm
Learn about an introduction to the immigration system for refugee claimants before setting off to explore the neighbourhood.
Walk into the Future - Sunday May 4th 2:00pm
Community residents will give you a peek of Kingston-Galloway/Orton Park’s (KGO) assets and how we would like to maximize them for innovative purposes. 
Picnics and a Walk- Friday May 2nd 2:30pm
Who says North York lacks trees? Friday afternoon stroll through Lescon park, Bellbury park and finally Linus Park. Organized by the Working Women Community Centre.
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