Category Archives: Roncesvales
The Sunnyside Historical Society has agreed on this list of Properties that we recommend for immediate listing and eventual designation. We considered all of Roncesvalles to Dundas and across Dundas to Sorauren plus some nearby areas. Toronto City Council has … Continue reading
Development is at the northern gates of Roncesvalles Village. We are concerned. Sunnyside Historical Society presentation to the Toronto Preservation Board Jan 26, 2017. Result: The Board passed the motion. Next Councillor Gord Perks will take it to Toronto City … Continue reading
To celebrate 100 years since the opening of the High Park Library we had a, sometimes revealing and sometimes hilarious, look at how our High Park and Parkdale Libraries Came about. Here are the highlights. Reference Lost Toronto: Blue Mechanics … Continue reading
Planning Study announcement is now at the end of this article. Proposed for Conservation Here is what may be most valuable. What do you think? Comments please. What Roncesvalles Avenue used to look like. Posted by Derek Flack / July … Continue reading
Colonel O’Hara planned Roncesvalles Avenue in 1860, but was there a Mississauga trail to Fort Rouille there first? Would Robert Home Smith and Jane Jacobs have differed when assessing Roncesvalles Village planning? To be explored in future articles. A new … Continue reading
We start at the lake shore and walk north on the west side. Click any picture to start where you wish. Let us know how you like it.
We start at Dundas and walk south on the east side.