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October 2010Pumpkin-Carving

Click on the image above for a collection of images from the October 30 family event at the Sherway Trail. There was a raptor demonstration, pumpkin carving, bird feeder building, a nature hike, garbage clean-up and more. A planned trail extension next year will make this beautiful area much more accessible.

October 2009

Plans are being finalized for the northward extension of the pedestrian trail along Etobicoke Creek. Middle Road Bridge smConstruction is to start in spring 2010 to extend the trail under the QEW to Sherway Drive. This section of Sherway Drive will be repaved, but remain closed to motorized vehicles. It links to Mississauga via the historic Middle Road Bridge, and to Sherway Gardens at the former Queensway Hospital site.

When complete, the trail will complete the link from the waterfront to just north of the QEW.

A planting event was held at the site on October 24, where the pans had their first full public viewing. Watch our Activities page for more events at this site in the months ahead.


You can zoom & pan on the image below to see the trail plan.

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Other Waterfront parks with their own page on this site:

Colonel Samuel Smith Park

Mimico Linear Park

Arsenal Lands

Up on Cripple Creeks Irene Jones gave a National Post Reporter a tour of some of our troubled creeks to illustrate the importance of the Etobicoke-Mimico Watersheds Coalition. Click here to open a new window to the National Post article.


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