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  • map of The Meadoway section 5 Highland Creek

    Full Steam Ahead on Our Multi-use Trail

    June 11, 2020 – The coming months will see significant progress towards completing the “backbone” of The Meadoway: the 16 km multi-use trail network.

  • bee alights on wildflower in meadow

    A Passion for Pollinators

    May 26, 2020 – The Meadoway’s Restoration Coordinator, Jennifer Smith, shares her insights into the importance of creating habitat for native pollinator species.

  • conceptual rendering of a trail intersection from The Meadoway visualization toolkit

    The Meadoway wins National Award of Excellence

    May 14, 2020 – The Canadian Society of Landscape Architects (CSLA) has honoured The Meadoway with a 2020 National Award of Excellence for Planning and Analysis.

  • tractors break up turf in The Meadoway

    Preparing for a Transformation

    April 29, 2020 – The Meadoway’s Site Supervisor, Chris Cormack, explains why careful site preparation is key to restoring a thriving meadow ecosystem.

  • woman examines wildflowers near Meadoway trail

    Guest Post: Biodiversity and Wellbeing

    April 16, 2020 – Biodiversity projects that restore native habitat like The Meadoway aren’t just critical for the ecological health of the city. As Jake Tobin Garrett of Park People explains, they also contribute to our mental health and wellbeing.

  • red winged blackbird in meadow

    The Birds of The Meadoway

    April 6, 2020 – The Meadoway’s Community Learning Coordinator Emily Rondel shares her fascination with the many bird species that call the hydro corridor home.

  • The Meadoway gro kit seedlings

    In Good Hands

    March 20, 2020 – When word came that local schools would shut down, one Scarborough educator made certain that students’ Meadoway grow kit seedlings would be well cared for.

  • cyclist on Scarborough Centre Butterfly Trail

    A Game Changer

    March 13, 2020 – The innovative concept of The Meadoway is all about looking at underutilized greenspace in a whole new way. The idea: to replace traditional turf grass underneath Scarborough’s Gatineau Hydro Corridor with a thriving meadow full of native flora and fauna.