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Article 2 mural top corner

Everyone is entitled to all the rights and freedoms set forth in [the] Declaration, without distinction of any kind, such as race, colour, sex, language, religion, political or other opinion, national or social origin, property, birth or other status.

Mural Artist:

Mural Routes

Mural Routes is a not-for-profit charitable organization dedicated to the promotion of wall art as a public art form. The Mural Routes mandate is to educate, engage, and enhance communities through public art murals.


One of the priority goals of Mural Routes is to encourage youth participation in mural art. Since 2001, they have been running summer employment and training programs for youth. In these programs, Mural Routes works in partnership with local agencies whose mandate is specifically to help bring positive change to the communities where they are located.


Mural Routes works with artists, communities, businesses, and government agencies. It is a leader in the fields of production, maintenance, education, and consultation of public art murals.

Visit Mural Routes at

Mural Host:

1163 Ellesmere Road at Midland Ave, Scarborough ON


5 young artists began this project by interviewing local residents on what “community” meant to them. The artists then created a design that reflects their own ideals, as well as those in the Midland Park Community. The resulting 48-foot mural suggests a journey to harmony through diversity. The large outdoor mural is painted on the east-facing wall of the plaza.

Article 2 mural
Article 2 mural
Article 2 mural

 Photos: Florin Zamfirescu.

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