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What it took to get King Edward VII floating down the Don

Getting a life-sized replicate of an equestrian statue took a lot of time, planning and edits along the way.

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Here’s to the very first Ravine Days!

We were so excited to celebrate the trail re-opening and the launch of our art program! Did you join us on Ravine Days?

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Don’t miss the Don Valley’s new gargoyles

Duane Linklater’s new art installation brings Toronto’s most notable gargoyles to the heart of the Don Valley.

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The Reading Line uncovers the secret of Toronto’s ravines

Literature lovers travelled through the Don River Valley Park in August, connecting nature with the written word.

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Video: STAGING - Undressed along the Don

Acclaimed New York-based artist Maria Hassabi performed in the Don River Valley Park in July. Read about her performance and watch the video!

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A successful Jane’s Walk along the Don

The rain stayed away and we had a great Jane's Walk along the Don.

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Indigenize Canada Film Screening, Presented by Evergreen & REEL Canada

In April, Evergreen joined more than 250 communities screening films that celebrated local Indigenous filmmakers and stories.

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Q&A with Kari Cwynar, Art Program Curator at the Don River Valley Park

What exactly is the Don River Valley Park art program? Hear from our curator Kari Cwynar.

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Welcome to our new website

Stay tuned to this site for up-to-date information about the Don River Valley Park.

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Media Coverage

This Comedy Art Duo Dumped a Controversial Statue in a River

Nov 25, 2017 – Vice Video

Comedy art duo Life of a Craphead are taking a replica of a historically divisive statue and repeatedly dumping it into Toronto's Don River. We tagged along and found out why the artists decided to target the colonial figure of England's King Edward VII.

King Edward, down the Don River without a paddle

Nov 3, 2017 – Toronto Star

Performance duo Life of a Craphead’s floating of replica of Edward VII statue invites circumspection about our colonial past.

A statue of King Edward VII will float down the Don River this weekend

Nov 3, 2017 – NOW Magazine

Amy Lam and Jon McCurley's performance art piece highlighting the river's hidden history takes place over three Sundays in November