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Taddle Creek is discussed on several pages:
Another interesting website is the Taddle Creek Watershed Initiative.
Taddle Creek was known Little Don River in early days.A bit later. it was known as as Brewery Creek near Enoch Turner’s brewery, house and garden. Many creeks in old Toronto were known as Brewery Creek, for example Castle Frank Brook through Yorkville. Other names for Taddle Creek were Goodwin Creek and University Creek. East of Jarvis Street, it was also known as Wolz Creek after Mr. Woltz a brewer who used the waters from the creek in his operations. Taddle Creek was buried at different times ; east of Church before 1860; Elizabeth St.. to Church St. as early as 1866; and University of Toronto sections by 1886.
There is some controversy as to whether the Wychwood Creek was actually the source of the Taddle. It may have been a tributary of Garrison Creek.
University Reach points include * Queen Alexandra Gate * Early CNE * Hart House * The three Hospitals west side University Avenue * McMaster Hall * Queen’s Park * The Ontario Fire Fighter Memorial * Royal Ontario Museum * Toronto Athletic Club * Toronto General Hospital * Toronto’s first Ginkgo * Volunteer Monument * University College.
Points pages for Moss Park Creek page include: * St. George’s Greek Orthodox Church * Ryerson University * Sherborne Villa * Maple Leaf Gardens * Lutheran Church Bond St. * Paul Kane house * Mackenzie House Bond St. * Wykeham Lodge * Women’s College Hospital * Jarvis Collegiate * “Where Edges Meet” * Homewood and Wellesley Hospital.