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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


By: PA System and Embassy of Imagination (Artists: Aoudlaloo Qinnauyiaq, Latchaulassie Akesuk, Parr Etidloie, Cie Taqiasuk, Julieta Arias and Moises Frank), 2015 Location: 76 Church St., Toronto, ON Piliriqatigiingniq is an unprecedented collaborative public artwork project by Cape Dorset, Nunavut youth artists and Toronto students and graduates of Oasis Skateboard… Read More

Riverside Pollinators (2016)

Created in collaboration with artist Nick Sweetman, the ‘Bees and Urban Pollinators’ enviro theme mural recognizes Riverside’s hidden green spaces that maintain wildflowers and local hives, as well as the bee-keeping culture in the east-end. The mural’s ‘Time and Clocks’ theme is an homage to Albert Edelstein, a long-time clockmaker and jeweller in Riverside who was integral to founding the Riverside Business Improvement Area (BIA) in the 1980s. Read More

Ontario Gothic

Artist: John Kuna, 2011 Location: 4990 Dundas Street West Based on a photo of the Appleby family taken around 1900 in front of their farmhouse on the northwest corner of Dundas St. West and Islington Avenue, this mural is intended as a parody of Grant Wood’s iconic 1930s painting entitled… Read More

Tower of Songs

A unique project honouring an exceptional artist, Leonard Cohen. The mural is the result of a collaboration between two artists: El Mac, the internationally renowned American “street” portrait artist, and Gene Pendon, a Montreal-based artist with a fine arts degree from Concordia University. Montreal residents and visitors can now admire… Read More


In addition to highlighting the prominence of green and blue spaces in the area, this triptych of murals created by Bryan Beyung and produced by MU is an allusion to Saint-Jean-Baptiste street’s previous name. It was formerly known as “La Route des deux rivières” (the road of the two rivers) because it’s the only axis linking the two banks of the river, in addition to connecting the two areas of the borough. Read More

A Red Fork

Jarus’ approach to the South Liberty silo emphasizes the human gaze within an area of industrial buildings and residential towers, reminding the viewer that nature is there if we just take a look. Read More