Fuzzy Boundaries discussion about neighbourhood identities

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This image features the many faces of our community past and present.

Where?

While those in the pictures may know each other by name, many aren’t sure what to call the neighbourhood.

A residents’ group called Fuzzy Boundaries has initiated a naming process for the area. You are invited to our second lively discussion about neighbourhood identities on Tuesday, September 15 at 7 p.m. at St. Josaphat’s Ukrainian Catholic Church (110 Franklin Avenue). Urban affairs specialist, CBC broadcaster and National Director of the annual Jane Jacobs Walk, Jane Farrow will discuss the naming experience of the West Queen West community group Active 18. Fuzzy Boundaries member Chris Kwaczek will also speak about neighbourhood demographics.

A Q & A will follow. All are welcome to attend this free event.

For details call Kevin at 416-537-1128 or visit fuzzyboundaries.ca where discussions about our great neighbourhood take place online.

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Colour photo by Vic Gedris, black & white photo City of Toronto Archives, Fonds 200, Subseries 52, Item 665

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  1. Raymond Kennedy says:

    Why does this area need a name? It's part of Toronto. Isn't that enough? Does every little nook and cranny need its own name?

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