Toronto, ON
Barbara Hall Park Toronto AIDS Memorial Trees since 17 October 1989
6 names
I didn't even know that there were memorial trees in Barbara Hall Park besides the AIDS Memorial. I discovered four of the plaques which have been reported before. All four plaques have the same style: a cylinder made of stony concrete sticking out of the ground with a small rectangular metal plate.
The memorial trees for Ian MacGrigor and J. Craig Howe are situated near the wall towards Monteith Street, Ian's tree at the low part with metal trellis towards Church Street and Craig's tree at the high part with window-like openings.
The memorial trees for Kenneth D. Webster and the Tainted Blood Tragedy are situated near the fence around the playground, Kenneth's tree more near the southern end and the tree commemorating the Tainted Blood Tragedy more near the northern end.
I did not find any of the other plaques supposed to be situated on the back side of the AIDS Memorial.

Kenneth's tree was not reported before, its plaque reads:
Kenneth D. Webster
"vissi d'arte, vissi d'amore"

Photos © Steve Dawson

23 May 2020
Steve Dawson, Toronto