Making a name for Toronto’s ravines

Scale comparison between Toronto's ravines and New York's Central Park

Scale comparison between Toronto’s ravines and New York’s Central Park

Toronto’s municipal boundary contains¬†26,000 acres of ravine landscapes, 30x larger than Central Park in New York. One of the key questions asked by RavinePortal is, given the scale of the ravine system and its adjacency¬†to so many of the city’s neighbourhoods, how can its profile be increased so that locals as well as tourists think of the ravines as a valuable, defining aspect of Toronto’s identity?