Why our ravines are the city below Toronto
August 8, 2016
The Star | August 7, 2016
Toronto’s unique ravine system with its rivers, dramatic geography and forests defines the landscape. One forest ecologist, Sandy M. Smith, a University of Toronto professor in urban forestry, calls our ravines the “green veins of the city.” Typically a street might curve in an odd way to go around a ravine. Often, the reason a bridge is where it is to allow access across a ravine, or a former ravine site. Read more.