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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

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


Artist: William Lazos, 2013 Address: 208 Greenwood Ave, Toronto, ON M4L 2R1, Canada Following a successful mural project in 2012, property owner Lefteris Karagianis worked closely with Mural Routes to continue streetscape improvements to his property at Greenwood and Gerrard. Artist, William Lazos was selected through an open call competition… Read More

Catharine Street Park Mural

Two murals are painted on the front and back sides of the utility shed (One on each side). The murals depict park elements with figures animated in lively poses. A game of “I Spy” within one mural invites viewers to engage and have fun with the interactive artwork. This artwork… Read More


Graffiti style mural. There is a sandwich with a animated face on the left portion of the mural. The name of a business that previously operated on the site, “Dora’s”, can be seen in the upper right hand corner. The words “Best subs in town” are scrawled in the middle… Read More

Runners of the Woods

On the laneway beside the Southern Georgian Bay Chamber of Commerce building, this mural is actually entitled “Coureurs de Bois” which translates as “Runners of the Woods” shows fur traders meeting and working with the Hurons. Read More

Racines et horizons

VSMPE is Montreal’s most ethnically diverse borough, encompassing about 75 different communities, including francophone, Italian, Greek, East Indian, Portuguese, Vietnamese, Maghrebi, and Haitian populations. Consequently, MU wanted to create a mural in VSMPE about cultural exchange. Read More