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Eglinton Park

  The first park in my ongoing series of the Toronto Parks Project is Eglinton Park, more officially known as Tommy Flynn Park. ┬áThis park is tucked away behind the North Toronto Community Centre, and may be better known for … Continue reading

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Where are all the ancient playgrounds?

I spend a lot of time in parks. No. Strike that. I spend a lot of time in playgrounds. Spaces filled with plastic play structures designed to get kids climbing swinging and sliding with the minimum risk of injury. There … Continue reading

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