The Don River, Humber River, and Etobicoke Creek are now a part of Ontario’s Greenbelt. Together, we made this happen - so now let’s come together to celebrate!
Ontario’s Greenbelt has been protecting almost 2 million acres of farmland, forests, lakes, rivers, and wetlands for 12 years. In fact, the Greenbelt contains so many precious waterways, it could be thought of as Ontario’s bluebelt.
JOIN US THIS FALL AS WE CELEBRATE THIS VICTORY AND WELCOME THE DON RIVER, HUMBER RIVER AND ETOBICOKE CREEK TO ONTARIO’S GREENBELT.
After 8 years of campaigning with victories all along the way, it’s official: we’ve grown the Greenbelt into our city’s borders and added another layer of protection to our precious ravines from their start at Lake Ontario until their headwaters beyond our Toronto border.
HUMBER RIVER: POP-UP CELEBRATION
Sunday, October 1st.
1:00 pm to 3:30 pm
ETOBICOKE CREEK: CELEBRATION AND GUIDED NATURE WALKS
Saturday, October 21st
12 pm to 3 pm
DON RIVER: CELEBRATION AND WALKING TOUR
Please join us for on Sunday, September 17th as we welcome the Don River to Ontario’s Greenbelt.
- Pop up in Regent Park: 1-2 pm
- Walking tour: “Digging the Don: Food and Water Forever”: 2-4 pm
- Group photo: 4 pm
- Learn more and RSVP