Thanks to Marika for finding this and bringing it to my attention.
The Toronto Star had developed an interactive map showing the men from the Riverdale area of Toronto that died during the Great War. Web editor Patrick Cain developed the map using the Canadian Great War Project database to help in his research. He has identified over 180 individuals from the area that died during World War 1, and has put them on a map; a poppy signifying each location. The result is a very intense visual depiction of the direct impact that the war had on communities.
Please take a look at the map. Seeing the results visually is a very powerful way of seeing how the war changed lives in such a small area.
It’s also nice to see that the effort that everyone has put into this website is appreciated. Being able to search using any of the words or phrases that appear in either comments, or anywhere in the attestation papers, rather than just names or regimental numbers, was something that I had hoped would be of use to people, and something that doesn’t exist in other databases. This site is truly a community effort, and it’s good to see that the results of everyone’s efforts are being well used.