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  • Marie Curtis Park, Bicycle Path
    Marie Curtis Park, Bicycle Path
    image       Bicycle path along Lake Ontario in Marie Curtis Park. Marie Curtis Park is situated on Lake Ontario on both sides of Etobicoke Creek. It was created in 1954 after high flood waters due to Hurricane Hazel devastated a number of properties. Some of the public parkland was purchased by the ...
    image     Bicycle path along Lake Ontario in Marie Curtis Park. Marie Curtis Park is situated on Lake Ontario on both sides of Etobicoke Creek. It was created in 1954 after high ...
    Mississauga Library System
  • Marie Curtis Park, Walking Path
    Marie Curtis Park, Walking Path
    image       Walking path in Marie Curtis Park. The park is situated on Lake Ontario on both sides of the Etobicoke Creek. It was created in 1954 after high flood waters due to Hurricane Hazel devastated a number of properties. Some of the public parkland was purchased by the former Village of ...
    image     Walking path in Marie Curtis Park. The park is situated on Lake Ontario on both sides of the Etobicoke Creek. It was created in 1954 after high flood waters due ...
    Mississauga Library System
  • Marie Curtis Park, Waterfront Trail Sign
    Marie Curtis Park, Waterfront Trail Sign
    image       The Etobicoke section of the Waterfront Trail begins in Marie Curtis Park. The park is situated on Lake Ontario on both sides of Etobicoke Creek. It was created in 1954 after high flood waters due to Hurricane Hazel devastated a number of properties. Some of the public parkland was purchased ...
    image     The Etobicoke section of the Waterfront Trail begins in Marie Curtis Park. The park is situated on Lake Ontario on both sides of Etobicoke Creek. It was created in 1954 ...
    Mississauga Library System
  • Marie Curtis Park, Sand Beach
    Marie Curtis Park, Sand Beach
    image       Sand beach in Marie Curtis Park. The park is situated on Lake Ontario on both sides of Etobicoke Creek. It was created in 1954 after high flood waters due to Hurricane Hazel devastated a number of properties. Some of the public parkland was purchased by the former Village of Long ...
    image     Sand beach in Marie Curtis Park. The park is situated on Lake Ontario on both sides of Etobicoke Creek. It was created in 1954 after high flood waters due to ...
    Mississauga Library System
  • Marie Curtis Park, Map
    Marie Curtis Park, Map
    image       Marie Curtis Park is situated on Lake Ontario on both sides of Etobicoke Creek. It was created in 1954 after high flood waters due to Hurricane Hazel devastated a number of properties. Some of the public parkland was purchased by the former Village of Long Branch, Metropolitan Toronto and the ...
    image     Marie Curtis Park is situated on Lake Ontario on both sides of Etobicoke Creek. It was created in 1954 after high flood waters due to Hurricane Hazel devastated a number ...
    Mississauga Library System
  • Marie Curtis Park, Etobicoke Creek
    Marie Curtis Park, Etobicoke Creek
    image       Etobicoke Creek runs from the region of the Moraine Eskers north of Markham and through Marie Curtis Park as it empties directly into Lake Ontario. The park is situated on Lake Ontario on both sides of Etobicoke Creek. It was created in 1954 after high flood waters due to Hurricane ...
    image     Etobicoke Creek runs from the region of the Moraine Eskers north of Markham and through Marie Curtis Park as it empties directly into Lake Ontario. The park is situated on ...
    Mississauga Library System
  • Memorial to the Victims and Heroes of Hurricane Hazel
    Memorial to the Victims and Heroes of Hurricane Hazel
    image       On October 15, 1954, Hurricane Hazel blew up through New York and Pennsylvania after destroying much of Haiti. Hazel combined with an extreme low pressure system to produce high winds and strong rain which produced severe floods in Toronto and the Holland Marsh area. The Humber River and the Etobicoke ...
    image     On October 15, 1954, Hurricane Hazel blew up through New York and Pennsylvania after destroying much of Haiti. Hazel combined with an extreme low pressure system to produce high winds ...
    Mississauga Library System
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