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a month ago

Plaques of historic Canadians to be reviewed by 'historians' for 'colonialism, patriarchy and racism'

An Access to Information Act request has shown that Parks Canada is proposing the revision of plaques deemed "colonialist."

Noah David Alter
3 months ago

Ontario park shut down twice because of deliberate attempts to hurt children

Southside Park in Woodstock ON was shut down at two separate times yesterday once thumb tacks and other sharp objects were found there.

James Anthony
4 months ago

WATCH: Man spits on woman and shouts racial slurs in Calgary park

Police are investigating an incident involving an alleged racist act in a park in Calgary.

Sam Edwards
5 months ago

City of Toronto issues reminder that alcohol is not permitted in parks or on beaches

Torontonians will be flocking to the parks for Canada Day on Wednesday however this City of Toronto has issued a reminder that alcohol is prohibited.

Quinn Patrick
6 months ago

Hiking trails and natural wonders you can escape to near Toronto

Parks are starting to open as restrictions are slowly being lifted. Here are a few of the best options in and around Toronto.

Loraine Balita-Centeno
6 months ago

Toronto Mayor blasted over FOUR BILLION DOLLAR Rail Deck Park

John Tory's pet project, Rail Deck Park, is being pushed ahead. This comes despite the cost of the project ballooning since its last projection.

Nico Johnson
7 months ago

Toronto parks are partially open and here's how you can use them

Parks in Toronto are partially open but residents are not allowed to use amenities.

Sam Edwards
7 months ago

Woman fined $880 for standing 'too long' in Ontario park with her baby and dog

A woman from Aurora Ontario received an $880 ticket for “standing too long in a park.” She was there with her baby and dog and plans on fighting the ticket.

Sam Edwards
8 months ago

NYC considers interning bodies in designated city parks

New York City councilmember Mark D. Levine claimed that the city had a contingency plan to start burying victims of the coronavirus in city parks.

Ari Hoffman

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