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Experience Evergreen's new self-guided tours

Download them on the Driftscape app today!

Published on July 5, 2023

Sustainability & climate
The power of placekeeping: reflecting on my relationship with the land

In our latest guest writer post, Laura McPhie reflects on learning to care for the land.

Published on June 18, 2023

Sustainability & climate
Host your green wedding in the heart of the Don Valley

Evergreen Brick Works – Named one of the most attractive, historic and unique wedding venues in Toronto.

Published on June 13, 2023

Public places
We need more queer public spaces in Canada

In a world that isn’t designed for our communities to thrive, Pride is about taking up space.

Published on June 12, 2023

Public markets: The heartbeat of our cities

Learn more about benefits of public markets, what it takes to become a Market City and the 11th International Public Markets Conference.

Published on May 30, 2023

Health & wellbeing
Canada's first Climate Ready School: it's greener, cooler and inspiring community

As the first school year winds down, Irma Coulson Public School staff say the impact of the transformed space has been far-reaching.

Published on May 15, 2023

Why community sports in public spaces are the ultimate game changer

In our latest guest writer series, author Perry King notes that parks, community centres, and playgrounds unlock opportunities for social and public gatherings.

Published on May 10, 2023

Health & wellbeing
10 fun and easy outdoor activities for kids

Keep your kids entertained this summer with these engaging and accessible activities, curated by Evergreen’s team of Outdoor Educators.

Published on May 7, 2023

Health & wellbeing
Do you live in one of Canada’s most walkable cities?

Walkable cities have numerous benefits — they’re more equitable, more sustainable and even better for the economy. Here are the top ten.

Published on April 18, 2023

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