Black Futures On Eglinton
Black Futures on Eglinton is a project focused on exploring the culture and cultural impact of Black residents along the Eglinton Avenue West and Little Jamaica neighbourhood. Led by CP Planning and community partner Black Urbanism TO, this project seeks to engage communities in the remembering and envisioning of the culture of this uniquely Black area of the City of Toronto.

To do this, we aim to collaborate with community to better understand the heart of culture in the Eglinton Avenue West and Little Jamaica neighbourhood.

What is culture?
It is everything about how we live our lives. It is song, dance, art, relationships as well as the condition, affordability, and accessibility of housing, leisure, and retail. The Government of Canada describes culture as "what we do, think, and feel".


Government of Canada on "culture": https://www.international.gc.ca/cil-cai/what_is_culture-quest_ce_que_la_culture.aspx?lang=eng
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The neighbourhoods referred to in this survey is between Allen Road to the East, Keele Street to the West, Roselawn to the North, and Rogers Road to the South. This includes the Oakwood and Vaughan intersection.
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