<PHOTO – Claude Cormier by Christopher Katsarov/Globe and Mail> Landscape architect CLAUDE CORMIER, creator of TORONTO’s dog fountain in Berczy Park, is now working on a feline-themed promenade in the Draper St. neighbourhood downtown. The path will feature 15 to 20 statuettes of cats as well as some mice hidden in the underbrush. There’ll be one dog “just to be fair” as there is one cat at Berczy.
The promenade between Wellington St. W. and King St. will include two rows of black locust trees and a water feature. Montrealer Claude Cormier also designed TORONTO’s Sugar Beach and HtO Park – both on the waterfront.