How Does Toronto Become A Sustainable City?

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How Does Toronto Become A Sustainable City?

How does a city like Toronto, which is the fourth largest in North America, become more sustainable? In this video clip Elder Duke Redbird breaks down his vision for Toronto becoming a sustainable city, while calling out our dependence on fossil fuels and turning a profit.

Museum of Toronto is made possible with the generous support of Diane Blake and Stephen Smith.

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For the Love of Toronto: Talking About Our City

Let's explore how we define our love, passion, challenges, obsessions,

Urban Colour & Natural Dyes Workshop

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A Taste of Beekeeping in Toronto

Learn about urban beekeeping, the city's honeybee population, and partake

Conversations on Toronto’s Don River Redevelopment

What is the future of Toronto's iconic Don River?

Mushrooming, Foraging & Native Pollinator Gardens in Toronto

Uncover how Toronto's unique world of plants and mushrooms is

Untold Stories of Toronto’s Waterfront: A Talk with Author M. Jane Fairburn

A unique talk that invites you to rediscover the past,

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Land Acknowledgements & Reconciliation

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Land Acknowledgements & Reconciliation

“What is the land acknowledgement supposed to represent? Some feeling that we should be grateful? Grateful for what?” In this video clip Elder Duke Redbird takes a critical look at land acknowledgements and imagines a Canada where Indigenous communities are invited into Confederation.

Museum of Toronto is made possible with the generous support of Diane Blake and Stephen Smith.

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For the Love of Toronto: Talking About Our City

Let's explore how we define our love, passion, challenges, obsessions,

Urban Colour & Natural Dyes Workshop

There are vibrant hues hiding in unexpected places around the

A Taste of Beekeeping in Toronto

Learn about urban beekeeping, the city's honeybee population, and partake

Conversations on Toronto’s Don River Redevelopment

What is the future of Toronto's iconic Don River?

Mushrooming, Foraging & Native Pollinator Gardens in Toronto

Uncover how Toronto's unique world of plants and mushrooms is

Untold Stories of Toronto’s Waterfront: A Talk with Author M. Jane Fairburn

A unique talk that invites you to rediscover the past,

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Treaties Between The Mississaugas Of The Credit And The City Of Toronto

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Treaties Between the Mississaugas of the Credit and the City of Toronto

In 1805 Treaty 13 also known as the Toronto Purchase was signed between the Mississaugas of the Credit and the City of Toronto. This treaty altered the course of fate for the City of Toronto as well as the Mississaugas of the First Credit Nation.

In this video Elder Duke Redbird talks about that and subsequent treaties and their disputed history.

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For the Love of Toronto: Talking About Our City

Let's explore how we define our love, passion, challenges, obsessions,

Urban Colour & Natural Dyes Workshop

There are vibrant hues hiding in unexpected places around the

A Taste of Beekeeping in Toronto

Learn about urban beekeeping, the city's honeybee population, and partake

Conversations on Toronto’s Don River Redevelopment

What is the future of Toronto's iconic Don River?

Mushrooming, Foraging & Native Pollinator Gardens in Toronto

Uncover how Toronto's unique world of plants and mushrooms is

Untold Stories of Toronto’s Waterfront: A Talk with Author M. Jane Fairburn

A unique talk that invites you to rediscover the past,

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