Creative Reuse Toronto is a not for profit organization that leads sustainable change, teaches about art, creativity and the environment through the reuse of wasted resources. Our multidisciplinary team supports education programs and the operation of our creative reuse centre. We focus on community building through creative reuse and repair techniques and the redistribution of useful items.
Our focus during the Covid-19 pandemic was on reclaiming materials from businesses and industries that were closing or downsizing, to keep as much as possible from ending up in landfill.
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Creative Reuse Toronto is located at 68 Abell St (south of Queen St W and two blocks east of Dufferin St) in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Our unit is at ground level, and the entrance is south of the main condo entrance on the west side of the street (there is no separate unit number).
Closest public transit is the 501 Queen streetcar, the 29 Dufferin bus, or the 63 Ossington bus. Street parking is available on the streets north and south of Queen St W, or paid parking is available in the Green P lot under the condo at 36 Lisgar Park.