Pollinator Corridor Along Roncesvalles

Veronica F.Greening

Monarch butterfly on white flowering plant.

Local Pollinator Garden Campaign The 23 gardens along Roncesvalles  form a significant part of the Pollinator Corridor of Roncesvalles Village. Now plans are in the works to create additional pollinator corridors from east to west to High Park from the Charles G. Williams Park along Wright, Westminster, and High Park Boulevard, and from the Dundas Roncesvalles Peace Garden, along Boustead … Read More

Who tends the street gardens along Roncy?

Veronica F.Community News, Greening

Street garden plants with shop in background.

It’s an awesome collaboration. The Roncesvalles Village BIA (RVBIA) owns the 23 street gardens along Roncesvalles Avenue.  21 of these gardens were installed during the reconstruction of Roncesvalles completed in 2011. These were a significant part of the beautification desired by the community, which also included plans for a tree canopy, benches and wider sidewalks. The intent was to create … Read More

Dundas Roncesvalles Peace Garden Celebrates International Downtown Award

Veronica F.2019, Beautification, Community News, Greening, Project, Special Events

On Friday, May 17th, the Roncesvalles Village BIA and the Friends of Dundas Roncesvalles Peace Garden celebrated an Award of Excellence for Public Space Improvements received from the International Downtown Association (IDA) for the Dundas Roncesvalles Peace  Garden (DRPG). This Award is particularly significant because the IDA values collaboration. In its realization, this project galvanized the support of many community … Read More

Roncy Reduces

Veronica F.2019, Greening, In The Press, Our Roncesvalles, Project, Special Events, Uncategorised

Roncy Reduces is a community waste reduction initiative in the Roncesvalles area that was launched by 20 local parents at the beginning of this year. Their goal is to reduce single-use plastics and packaging in our neighbourhood by encouraging both consumers and businesses to practice waste reduction together. They have invited neighbourhood businesses to participate by displaying their Roncy Reduces/BYO sticker … Read More