This information is from Save the Fort York Bridge , who is publicizing the following to help drum up support for overturning the decision to scrap the beautiful pedestrian and cyclist bridge planned for Fort York:
1. 1000 Letters to Mayor. The Battle Is On To Save The Fort York Bridge
Thu May 12 between 4pm to 7pm at 15 Stafford Street
Call To Action: Torontonians
We plan to deliver 1000 letters to Mayor Ford and Cc to Councillor Mike Layton, Councillor Denzil Minnan-Wong and Councillor David Shiner. Be part of this. Drop by and sign the letters.
Sat May 14 between 1pm to 2:30pm; starting point Trinity Bellwoods, northeast corner at Dundas/Shaw
Lieutenant Governor John Graves Simcoe founded modern urban Toronto (i.e. Town of York), when he established Fort York in 1793. At that time, Garrison Creek flowed in a large deep ravine with several tributaries, from north of St. Clair Avenue to Lake Ontario. The creek had sparkling clear water and was famous for its salmon fishing. The British built Fort York at the mouth of the creek to guard against possible American attempts to invade Canada.
Walk with Councillor Mike Layton as we join Garrison Creek from a starting point of Trinity Bellwoods at the northwest corner (Dundas/Shaw). The route leads you along the now-buried Garrison Creek valley from the park down to Lake Ontario.
Discover the missing link.
Walk it. Bike it. Bring your dog.