Media Mentions

  1. Annex Gleaner — Familiar stroll, unknown histories
  2. blogTO — Sunday, August 23, 2009
  3. CityNews TV — Videographer Audra Brown at Beach Triskelion Labyrinth
  4. Councillor Mike Layton — Dark Age Ahead – The Wizard of Ossington Jane’s Walk
  5. Councillor Mike Layton — Toronto City of Labyrinths Project Jane’s Walk
  6. hyfen.net — Kensington Pedestrian Sundays kick off
  7. InsideToronto — Following your labyrinth
  8. Jane’s Walk 2012 — Toronto City of Labyrinths Project Jane’s Walk
  9. Project for Public Spaces — Ten Original & Offbeat Tours During Jane’s Walk Weekend
  10. SFist — HOPE
  11. SFist — Light a Candle, Go to the Beach
  12. Spacing Toronto — Kensington Labyrinth
  13. TantienHime — Weekly Photo Challenge: Worn
  14. The Wardens Today — MAZES AND LABYRINTHS, PART I
  15. Toronto Star — Designs on a better way
  16. Torontoist — The Beach is His Canvas
  17. Torontoist — The other scramble intersection
  18. TransLinked — A giant TTC map by HiMY SYeD at the Bickford Centre
  19. UrbanToronto — HiMY SYeD’s Giant TTC Map
  20. Writing in a Tree — Learning about Labyrinths
  21. Yelp.ca — Christie Labyrinth
  22. Calvin College – Prayer labyrinth offers space for reflection
  23. Simon Parker – The Labyrinth of Toronto
  24. BagelHot – Himy for Mayor
  25. Dan Schaumann – Labyrinths of Toronto
  26. Jo Edkins – History of Mazes and Labyrinths – Another Toronto maze
  27. Nurturing Space – The Labyrinth Lady – Sylvia Senensky
  28. VanderPalette – Labyrinths offer a therapeutic path in the city
  29. Circle Nerd – Sadie – Christie Pits Labyrinth
  30. Sweet Things – Sarah Rosen – Field Trip Wednesday: a day at the park
  31. Foursquare – Grange Park Labyrinth
  32. The Wardens Today – MAZES AND LABYRINTHS, PART III: WADING THE PATH
  33. Fallen Angel – Visiting Toronto’s Downtown Labyrinth
  34. The Labyrinth Society 365 Club – March 2013 Newsletter (PDF) – For the Luck of the Labyrinth…
  35. The Labyrinth Society 365 Club eNews (PDF) – May 2 2014
  36. Christie Pits Labyrinth – Photo Selected for Google Maps and Google Earth
  37. The Rob Ford Sit-In
  38. blogTO — Toronto’s Labyrinths hide in plain sight
  39. Gleaner News – Margaret Fairley Park has a popular wading pool feature with a small labyrinth
  40. Spacing Magazine – Summer 2017 – Public Art – Colour Their World – Wading Pool Murals Aim To Inspire Wee One
  41. Joe Erpenbeck — An a-MAZE-ing Community Builder HiMY SYeD
  42. WALKING WOMAN – How-Not-To
  43. Labyrinth Community Network – Newsletter 2016 – A Splash of Colour in Toronto Parks
  • Human Calendar