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Everyone is entitled to a social and international order in which the rights and freedoms set forth in [the] Declaration can be fully realized.

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.

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Mural Host:

D.L. Stevenson and Son Ltd.
(Warden Avenue, south of Ellesmere)

This is the second home for the Article 28 mural. Click here to get the story.


D.L. Stevenson and Son Ltd., manufacturers of the paints that were used to create the mural, provided the facade of their building on Warden Avenue. The mural panels were installed at their new home on May 1, 2010. Although the new site is some distance from the original location, it remains within City of Toronto Ward 37.

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The Article 28 mural is composed of six panels that are connected by colourful doves that fly between and throughout each panel.
Photos: Susan Ashukian.

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