The Betty Sutherland Trail is not a very long trail, but it's interesting enough. It starts from the south at Duncan Mill Road and travels northwest to Sheppard (and Leslie) in Toronto.
You will see a few trails in Toronto named after women influential in politics and community. Another that comes to mind is the Kay Gardner Belt-line Trail.
Betty Sutherland was an elected representative who served 13 years in North York on the Council (before the amalgamation of the City of Toronto) until she went into retirement from her career in politics in 1985.
Her contribution led to the naming of this trail as the Betty Sutherland Trial in 1988.
Off the trail at the end of one of the footpaths, near the river there's a cute little nook of chairs equipped with firepit overlooking a beautiful location for relaxing.
It always amazes me that in the heart of such a busy city there are so many of these little 'nooks' to be enjoyed.