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A key river in Ontario's capital, flowing into Lake Ontario, known for its urban trails, greenspaces and impact on local development.

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Most outsiders don’t know that Toronto is effectively bordered by two rivers—the Humber to the west and the Don River to the east. These rivers are enclosed by protected parkland, creating pristine rivines for biking, trail running and hiking. The Don is easier to reach, due to its proximity to downtown and multiple entrance points. It runs from the northern edge of the city down to the lake, so pick a spot and enjoy.

mfraiman 2 years ago

Don River Articles

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