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Trinity Bellwoods Park

Toronto, Canada
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Torontonians are a hardy bunch. After spending the majority of the year bundled up and hunkered down, they use the warmer months to be outside as much as possible. And by warmer, we merely mean the months that are above freezing. This large west-end Toronto green space bordered by Queen and Dundas streets on the south and north is the perfect space to enjoy the outdoors. It has has become a favourite gathering space for people of all ages. The park features an indoor pool and running track, volleyball and tennis courts, a playground and a designated off-leash area for dogs. The park is also home to the elusive white squirrel (an unusual sight, since most Toronto squirrels are black).
Torontonians are a hardy bunch. After spending the majority of the year bundled up and hunkered down, they use the warmer months to be outside as much as possible. And by warmer, we merely mean the months that are above freezing. This large west-end Toronto green space bordered by Queen and Dundas streets on the south and north is the perfect space to enjoy the outdoors. It has has become a favourite gathering space for people of all ages. The park features an indoor pool and running track, volleyball and tennis courts, a playground and a designated off-leash area for dogs. The park is also home to the elusive white squirrel (an unusual sight, since most Toronto squirrels are black).
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