A panoramic view of a mural depicting events within the land that makes up Port Union, from pre-colonial Indigenous life to the modern technological era.
Artist(s): Allan Bender (lead artist), John Nobrega, Azadeh Pirazimian, Jesse McCuaig, Frances Potts, Chris Brown, and Melissa Bessey

Passage to Port Union

Mural Routes Member(s): Allan Bender Frannie PottsCompleted: 2016

This mural was created in 2016 in partnership with the Centennial Community and Recreation Association (CCRA) and Street Art Toronto. Lead Artist Allan Bender of Blinc Studios worked with the CCRA and local experts to develop a historical timeline of the Port Union community, from Aboriginal history to the present day.

Support for this project was provided by BMO Bank of Montreal, The Heather Lemieux Group, Thorncliffe Neighbourhood Office, Canada Summer Jobs, Employment Ontario, Tatham, Pearson, and Malcolm LLP, The Three Sister’s House, Scarborough Historical Society, Audrey’s Flowers, and the Port Union Recreation Centre.

Where to Find This Mural

Location: 5504 Lawrence Ave E, Scarborough, ON M1C 3B2, Canada Get Directions