Moss Park Rejuvenation and Natural Playground Build

Thanks to Coca-Cola Canada, Bienenstock Natural Playgrounds, Parks Canada, and ParticipACTION, Moss Park residents will soon have new outdoor green spaces where children can play, and where neighbours can sit and enjoy their natural surroundings.

Toronto Community Housing depends on great partnerships like this to make important contributions to our communities. These partnerships are valuable because they support our efforts to improve the quality of housing and our communities for tenants.

The build will rejuvenate the outdoor space surrounding the three high-rise buildings that make up Moss Park (275, 285, and 295 Shuter Street). The transformation includes a new natural playground, soccer field, community vegetable garden, parkettes, built-in chess boards, amphitheatre, and fully accessible and well-lit pathways. The green space will feature natural materials like native species plants, cedar logs and granite from the Canadian Shield, based on the natural elements found in Georgian Bay Islands National Park, which is the inspiration for the playground’s design.

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Volunteers from all partner organizations will work alongside tenants and Toronto Community Housing staff, rain or shine, to bring Moss Park’s green space to life in just one day.

  • Friday, June 15
  • 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

To volunteer or get more information, email, or call 416-891-0317.

To sign up for space in the new community garden, email, or call 416-981-4080.

Opportunities for Tenants

Take a free trip to Georgian Bay Islands National Park this summer, courtesy of Coca-Cola Canada and Parks Canada. 

Moss Park Youth @ the Park offers youth (aged 12-15) the opportunity to travel to Georgian Bay Islands National Park to connect with nature and become leaders in their community. 

For more information, visit Opportunities for Tenants

Moss Park Families @ the Park offers families a free day-trip to Georgian Bay Island National Park in July 2012.

For more information, visit Opportunities for Tenants

Thanks to our partners:

Coca Cola logo                      Parks Canada logo

ParticipAction logo                                     Bienenstock logo


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