UBC Graduate Research

Hidden Landscapes : Revealing Toronto's Garrison Creek Ravine Monaghan, Michael


In urban centres we rely on our built environment to support infrastructure like storm water management, transportation, energy distribution and waste removal to facilitate day to day life. Although the development of this infrastructure is necessary to allow urban centres to function, these built interventions create fragmented gaps in our urban landscape and it results in a ruptured relationship between urbanism and nature. In Toronto, we can specifically uncover this disconnection in exploring the Garrison Creek and its current hidden ravine landscape.

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