Emery girl goes above and beyond for red oak
By Sean Delaney
“I saw the tree on TV, and these people wanted to cut it down and I was crying because I didn’t want it to happen,” said . “I said to my mama, how can I help?”
Nine-year-old Maiolo lives near Emery Village’s giant red oak. She has raised more than $2,000 to help preserve the tree...
Help us save Toronto’s oldest tree
By Mark and Ben Cullen
Toronto’s oldest tree will always exist. If we keep chopping down the current, most-senior tree, there will be a next in line — yet it won’t be as old as the previous one.
All of that is just logical. But it’s our passion for what is believed to be the city’s oldest tree...
Call it Tree Love
By Maria Maiolo
Sophia Maiolo was just six years old when she fell in love with a giant Red Oak tree. Her love of the great outdoors was obvious when we spoke about nature. Those conversations led us to explore where the largest and oldest tree in Toronto was located. And to our surprise it was...