“More of my students try out Toronto’s Public Labyrinth” – Shawn Micallef

More of my students try out Toronto's public labyrinth twitter-com-shawnmicallef-status-715640840216059908


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NEW Labyrinth with a unique 80 turn design created in Wadsworth Park

This new Labyrinth in the Wading Pool in Wadsworth Park is a Hit with Children and Parents alike.

It is my most complicated design to date, with at least 80 unique turns along the path from front entrance all the way to the centre.

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“Labyrinth in the park got a fresh coat of paint for spring!” — Nicole in Toronto!


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“The Labyrinth in High Park; It’s also my favourite part in Toronto” – RJZ TV

the labyrinth in #highpark it's also my favorite part in Toronto

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“The Toronto Labyrinth is extra challenging today. #SnowDay” – Andrew Weir

Andrew Weir - The Toronto Labyrinth is extra challenging today #SnowDay twitter-com-ABWeir-status-704703906958462976


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“Overview of Labyrinth. A Julien Hughes Collection.”

“In a world filled with anxiety and mistrust, rage and hatred allow for a sheath of despair to cloud the mind.

This is a curse.

We often forget about the beauty in all things simple.

This is hope; Born from wishes.

When we are faced with obstacles it is like being trapped in our very own labyrinth. The feeling of not knowing where one is headed is a theme many can identify with. Confusion, panic, and fear are some of the emotions one may feel while trying to find ones way. The solution to the maze, as well as in life is patience, hope and a clear mind. Practice these things and the path becomes visible.”

Jonathan Hidalgo

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Behold! The Minotourist! Featured in D&D Live: The Legend of T’Rannah

Behold! The Minotourist! Featured in D&D live - The Legend of T'Ranna - Artwork By Ben Steamroller


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“Emilie and Stuart’s wedding in a lavender labyrinth at a private estate just outside of Toronto, amazing!” – The Wedding Co.


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“Bathurst labyrinth.” – Andrew Taylor

Bathurst labyrinth. #416 #toronto

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#GTACOP21 – Labyrinth Earth Walk – Harbourfront Community Centre, December 5 2015

people's climate movement

Labyrinth Earth Walk

Saturday, December 5, 2015
10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Harbourfront Community Centre
627 Queen´s Quay West

Walk with your dreams, hopes, and prayers for a clean, healthy, and harmonious planet.

Walk for wise and visionary leadership during COP21.

Organized by Veriditas Certified Labyrinth Facilitators: Jo Ann Stevenson and Virginia Vianna (co-founder of the People´s Climate Movement.)

This Labyrinth Walk is Saturday, December 5th, from 10 am to 12 noon in the Harbourfront Community Centre: 627 Queen´s Quay West at Bathurst Street, south-east corner.

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“Labyrinth ft.” — Laura Komadina

Labyrinth ft. @snyderfilms #Toronto #labyrinth #photography #citylights

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“Paving the Way Showcase Labyrinths” – 2821 Birchmount Road, Scarborough

Paving the Way Showcase Labyrinths:

TWO Labyrinths painted on July 26 2014 by neighbourhood kids living in TCHC (Toronto Community Housing) at 2821 Birchmount Road in Scarborough.

The week-long Paving the Way Showcase was facilitated by artist Virginia Tran for Art Starts.

Both labyrinths, a seven circuit classic plus a rectangle spiral pass-through labyrinth, are painted in the pedestrian pathway in-between Finch Avenue East and Glendower Circuit, East of Birchmount Road in Agincourt.

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Toronto City of Labyrinths Project will be at YIMBY 2015 leading a Jane’s Walk

Yes In My Back Yard Toronto is an annual showcase event of community engagement and civic involvement.

I’ve been attending YIMBY since the first one almost a decade ago back when it was at The Gladstone Hotel.

YIMBYtoronto 2015 finds new digs at TRSM – Ted Rogers School of Management – 55 Dundas Street West in the Downtown Core. Happening Saturday Morning and early afternoon on October 31.

Details of my Jane’s Walk:

YIMBY Toronto Walk: Downtown Toronto – City of Labyrinths

Saturday October 31 2015: 1 p.m., Meet by the escalators at 12:55 p.m. – TRSM 55 Dundas Street West

Presented by: Jane’s Walk

Walk Leader: HiMY SYeD

Toronto may have more Labyrinths than any other city in the entire world. Join this mini-Jane’s Walk to find out why, and learn more about leading a walk of your own!

My Jane’s Walk is one part of the day’s very full programming.

Plus, there are 100+ groups tabling at YIMBYtoronto.

Hope you say YES and join YIMBYtoronto and my Jane’s Walk on Saturday!

See you then!
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“Art Installation at Toronto City Hall. Labyrinth of the faces of Torontonians. Go Jays!” – Lyla Miklos

Art Installation at Toronto City Hall Labyrinth of the faces of Torontonians Go Jays twitter-com-lylamiklos-status-653606477287006208

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“Getting lost with the little dude at the Labyrinth near Toronto City Hall. He won’t leave! :-)” – Tim Bishop

Getting lost with the little dude at the Labyrinth near Toronto City Hall - He won't leave twitter-com-timdbishop-status-650746132763705346

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