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About the Mural Map

When Mural Routes began, our vision was to create four local “mural routes” in Scarborough (now part of the amalgamated City of Toronto). Since then our vision has grown. We discovered that there are murals everywhere and we are now helping to link the “mural routes” right across Canada.

Mural Routes Murals

Since 1990 Mural Routes has worked with communities and artists to create over 50 murals across Toronto.   

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Featured Murals

Fishing in Mimico Creek

Artist: John Kuna, 2012. Location: 5096 Dundas Street West, Etobicoke, ON. This mural completes the Children at Play trilogy also present on Riding the Radials at 5110 and on Toboggan Hill at 5112 Dundas W. It depicts children in the 1920s fishing in Mimico Creek with a view of the riverbank… Read More

Murs à mots

MU took up residence on the Savoie Avenue (between St-Denis and the Grande bibliothèque) to paint on the walls an ode to literature, thanks to the talent of several muralists selected by a jury : Jason Botkin, Five Eight, Les Hommes de Lettres, William Patrick & Adam Sajkowski, Gene Pendon, Bruno Rouyère & Dominique Desbiens, and XRAY. Read More

The St. Clair Mural

The St Clair Mural is Canada’s newest public art landmark. Created in collaboration with internationally celebrated artist PHLEGM and The STEPS Initiative.

The 8 storey mural at Toronto’s highest point, Yonge & St. Clair, reveal a contemplative human form overlooking the city. Composed of landmarks and recognizable features, such as the CN Tower, the ROM and the A-frame houses of the area, the mural acts a metaphor for the living, breathing nature of the city. Read More

Le marbre

Produced by MU and created by William Patrick and Adam Sajkowski, this mural covers the three walls of the commentator’s booth at the baseball diamond located at Parc Clémentine-de-la-Rousselière in Pointe-aux-Trembles. Read More

Almonds and Wine

Ceramic artist Cristina Delago worked for five months using a base of cement panels and a mix of porcelain tiles, glass and handcrafted porcelain pieces to depict frames from Arnie Lipsey’s animated film in the colourful mosaic. Read More

Rencontre entre les cultures

Created at the Centre éducatif communautaire René-Goupil (CECRG), this mural covering a total surface of 1860 square feet is the first production of MU! It reflects the neighborhood and more specifically the ethnic blend of cultures of its immigrant residents. Read More