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!



UPDATE: Tweets and images from our Jane’s Walk…

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