After the removal of our home made ash cans, cigarette butt litter on Roncy has definitely increased. We need to explore more permanent solutions to this problem. This should include the addition of cigarette receptacles interspersed between the trash cans … Continue reading →
Photo Credits: Jackie Taschereau, René Foisy-Marquis, Anne Karpynczyk, Veronica Feihl, Rahel Schneeberger-Brown, Kevin Kapenda, David Neinstein & Hillary Woods. More photos of the Dundas Roncesvalles Peace Garden on Facebook.
Coinciding with nationally recognized Earth Day, on April 22, 2017, several members of RoncyWorks arrived to clean planter beds, sweep up litter and remove aging signage along the length of Roncesvalles Avenue. This effort was part of the annual RoncyWorks spring … Continue reading →
It took a village to raise that baby! With a team of many BIA members, TTC delegates, advocating residents, and City of Toronto officials, the long, arduous task of co – creating the Roncesvalles streetscape was a group effort. The process … Continue reading →
Have you noticed the addition of some black cylinders to a few of the tree guards along Roncy? Perhaps you figured out what they were before additional clues were added. These ashcans are part of our exploration of more permanent … Continue reading →