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Thank you! I did notice that it had been moved. Toronto Hydro is doing work in the area. Will check out their Instagram.
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Friends of St James Park Toronto Oct 20
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Distillery District Oct 18
TOMORROW! 🤔On Sat Oct 19, a giant thinking emoji will touch down in asking what it means to be you in today’s digital world. The installation is in celebration of the Age of You exhibition currently at .
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SLNASpeaks Oct 19
Did you know that Toronto City Council unanimously approved the Heritage Conservation District Plan for our neighbourhood in 2015 and that is now being appealed at LPAT? Learn more plus Marathon updates and the Nov. 1 Pumpkin Parade - here:
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Friends of St James Park Toronto Oct 19
The autumn issue of our newsletter, The Fountain Pen, is out!
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Friends of St James Park Toronto Oct 19
The Fountain Pen (Autumn 2019): Friends of St James Park newsletter -
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Friends of St James Park Toronto Oct 19
We love this seating next to the park. I was hoping you might be able to tell me who designed the one next to yours? I haven't been able to find it anywhere online.
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Friends of St James Park Toronto Oct 18
Thank you for reporting, Chris.
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Friends of St James Park Toronto Oct 15
At each of the entry plazas, stabilizing gravel grids are used before the unit pavers are laid down.
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FOAG Oct 14
Volunteers Needed! Join the Friends of Allan Gardens at our annual Fall Bulb Planting Event TOMORROW, October 15th, from 5-6:30pm. Click the link below for more info on the event and to sign up as a volunteer!
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Friends of St James Park Toronto Oct 14
Where'd the furniture and Bike Share station next to the park go? Toronto Hydro is working in this area to remove abandoned manholes. Work starts this week and will complete before winter. The bike share station, public decks and other installations will return.
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Friends of St James Park Toronto Oct 10
Snapping plumb lines where the newly poured concrete will be saw cut a couple of inches deep to control cracking.
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Friends of St James Park Toronto Oct 10
Was there today to stock up for weekend plans.
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Friends of St James Park Toronto Oct 10
Goodbye beautiful garden beds...see you next spring. The west lawn of St. James Cathedral.
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Waterfront Toronto Oct 9
Aitken Place Park is finally open to the public! This beautiful community space joins Sugar Beach and Sherbourne Common in East Bayfront along the water's edge. Come check it out!
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Friends of St James Park Toronto Oct 9
Construction Update: Today the work crews installed the forms and rebar for the concrete seat wall of the southwest entry plaza. This will incorporate art work by Scott Eunson - a bronze silhouette of the architectural skyline of the area through a number of historic periods.
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Friends of St James Park Toronto Oct 9
Construction Update: Forms for all the walkways are being put in place and some concrete has been poured. Contractors are starting at the south end and will work their way out of the park at that north-west entrance.
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Friends of St James Park Toronto Oct 9
Construction Update: new electrical conduits for light standards.
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Friends of St James Park Toronto Oct 2
Replying to @FSJPToronto
To compare, in 1826 Toronto, at King and Church, John Strachan was rector of a small wooden church, the first version of St. James Toronto. Built in 1807, extended in 1818 , and a tin-covered spire added in 1821. He began raising funds for a new church in 1830.
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Friends of St James Park Toronto Oct 2
Came across this St James Anglican Church in Maitland on a bit of a lunch detour while headed to Montreal. Built in 1826 in early Gothic Revival, it was consecrated in 1830 by the bishop of Quebec.
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