Started in 2007, Jane's Walk is an annual event honouring the late urban thinker, activist, and writer Jane Jacobs. On May 7 and 8 2011, free walking tours will take place in cities all over Canada, the USA, and other countries around the world.
A local walking tour of Murals and Public Art in the Junction Triangle has been organized to take place on Saturday May 7, 2011, at 10:00am, starting from the Railway underpass on Bloor St., just west of Lansdowne Ave. The cost for all Jane's Walks is FREE.
"The Junction Triangle neighbourhood in west Toronto is bordered on all three sides by railway tracks and underpasses, making it an ideal place for public art. Our walk will explore painted murals, ghost signs, graffiti, and other public art throughout the neighbourhood."
More info about this walk is posted on the Jane's Walk website.
Note: There is also a followup walk on Sunday morning titled "Junction Triangle vacant TTC site".