Greenwood-Coxwell Jane’s Walk

Sunday, May 3, 2009.
Photographs by Jeff Stewart (many thanks!)

To see the profile of this walk in the Globe & Mail by the Architourist, see here.

Leading a Jane's Walk, 2009

Leading a Jane

Discussing importance of community hubs and social institutions

Roden School: Discussing importance of community hubs and social institutions

Discussing community resiliency and social networks

Top of Craven Road: Discussing community resiliency and social networks

Discussing Robert Putnam's <i>Bowling Alone</i>

Gerrard Street Theatre: Discussing Robert Putnam

Discussing the buffering function of neighbourhoods

Greenwood Park: Discussing the buffering function of neighbourhoods

More photos, see reflex6002
Another Blogger’s perspective on the walk: ripple.ca
Demographic profile: Greenwood Coxwell

East End History Re-discovered, 2009

A Neighbourhood by Any Name, 2009

Greenwood-Coxwell Jane’s Walk, 2009

Cynthia’s Walks, 2010

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6 Responses to “Greenwood-Coxwell Jane’s Walk”

  1. My wife and I just moved into the neighbourhood – and this was an excellent introduction! Really well done. Thanks for organizing it.

    Tim

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  2. Thanks for the link, Diane… and for the excellent Jane’s Walk.
    I’m going to add a link in my entry to your site and Ill be back to see what you’re posting, too.

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    • I enjoyed your reprise of the walk, so thank you!
      I was just thinking today how we spent more time on the residential area than Little India, which normally draws more people.

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