Anthropocene Immersion, Unearthing Lost Taddle Creek

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Thank you for joining us for Anthropocene Immersion, Unearthing Lost Taddle Creek.  

Anthropocene Immersion, Unearthing Lost Taddle Creek 

Available from July 8, 2021 

How to participate 

Anthropocene Immersion, Unearthing Lost Taddle Creek is an audio walk from Ryerson University to Toronto City Hall. 

Walking time 45 minutes to an hour. Distance approximately 2 km. 

You can access the audio tour below.

A link to the route map will be available on July 8, 2021. Bookmark this page, it will be updated with all the information you’ll need to know.



What to expect

Anthropocene Immersion, Unearthing Lost Taddle Creek is a journey to find the landscape of lost Taddle Creek. These are the stories of the land: the little tributary creeks, a marsh and rivulet, a lost forest, Yonge Street and the Toronto Portages, and the amazing stories of Indigenous peoples, settlers, immigrants in this place called Toronto. Journey through Ryerson University , The Atrium on Bay, the old Ward neighbourhood and Toronto City Hall and see the landscape in a whole new light with the imprint of the old paths opening up new possibilities for reconciliation, resilience, and resurgence.