FREE Public First Story Toronto Walking Tours – Indigenous Roots and Routes along the Humber River

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First Story Toronto is offering 2 FREE public tours of the Indigenous Roots and Routes along the Humber River over the next 2 weeks:

  • Tour #1
    • Time: Saturday, July 15th, 6-9pm
    • Place: Meet at the North end of Old Mill TTC Station along Old Mill Trail
  • Tour #2
    • Time: Saturday, July 22nd, 6-9pm
    • Place: Meet at the North end of Old Mill TTC Station along Old Mill Trail

The tour will begin with an interpretive sneak peak of Resurge: First Timeline mural project which illuminates 13,500+ years of Indigenous people’s history and cosmology on Turtle Island. First Story Toronto guides will share stories of ancient and contemporary routes and roots through the area that shaped the form and character of Toronto, and participants will be invited to map and share their own roots and routes to the city. This tour is offered via the generous financial and logistical support of the Relay 2017.ca*. The tour is free but spaces are limited. Tickets for these tours are available via Eventbrite.

*Visit Relay2017.ca for a full list of programming along with rolling updates and announcements. Relay2017.ca has been made possible by the Toronto Foundation, Ontario Trillium Foundation, the Government of Ontario, StreetARToronto, Community Foundations of Canada and the Government of Canada, the Toronto Star, Arts in the Park, and the Ontario Cultural Attractions Fund. Special thanks to the City of Toronto and Friends of the Pan Am Path.

NOTE: There will be no subway service between Jane and Ossington stations on July 15th due to track work. Shuttle buses will operate between these stations during the closure. Wheel-Trans buses will operate between Jane and Ossington stations upon request. Customers can speak with any TTC staff member to request the service.

NOTE: There will be no subway service between St George and Broadview stations on July 22nd. Shuttle buses will operate between these stations during the closure. Wheel-Trans buses will also operate between St George and Broadview stations upon request. Customers can speak with any TTC staff member to request the service.

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About FirstStoryTO

A mobile app that invites users to explore Toronto’s Indigenous history. This is a community project that is a work in progress. For those interested, we encourage you to email us at: firststory@ncct.on.ca with suggestions for possible sites and/or stories you would like to share on First Story. This blog will be up while we work on creating a permanent website for First Story. View all posts by FirstStoryTO

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