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Enjoy this playlist of Torontonians’ Island Stories.

Hey Toronto. What’s your island story?

Island Stories is a collective storytelling project created to capture the unique ways Torontonians experience Toronto Island.

The island means something different to everyone. As part of the Toronto Island Park Master Plan project, we’re reflecting on the special role the Island plays in the lives of Torontonians from all walks of life. We want to hear from you! Share a post, send a video, write a story, make some art – whatever feels right. Because every island story is worth sharing.

Learn more about more about how you can help shape the future of Toronto Island Park

Island Stories

The island means something different to everyone. Share a post, upload a video to your YouTube channel and link to it here, write a story, or make some art – whatever feels right. We want to hear from you! There are some rules, so please be sure to read our Terms of Use before posting.

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Parks, Forestry and Recreation collects personal information under the legal authority of the City of Toronto Act, 2006, SO 2006, Chapter 11, Schedule A, sections 8 and 136 (c) and City of Toronto Municipal Code Chapter 608, Parks. Your name and email address will only be used to keep you informed about the progress of the Island Stories campaign and the Toronto Island Master Plan. Submissions to the toronto.ca/islandstories website that abide by the Terms of Use will be shared publicly on the site, and may be used in other publications related to the Toronto Island Master Plan. Questions about this collection can be directed to the Manager, Public Consultation, Metro Hall, 55 John Street, Toronto, Ontario, M5V 3C6, or by telephone at 416-338-3020.

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