Archive for 'Todd Aalgaard'
Nominated for: predictable, avoidable tragedies.
Nominated for: standing up for a city that puts its residents first.
Toronto's new super prison is impressive, but also a little disturbing.
Sometimes, a pat on the head just isn't enough.
Talking about beefing up protections for cyclists is helpful. But the time for talk is over.
How an international gesture of friendship turned High Park into one of the most popular springtime destinations in Toronto.
After a long, harsh winter, Toronto's bike polo scene returns to the city's parks.
On the second anniversary of the Syrian uprising, Syrian-Canadians call for intervention in a nation on the brink of collapse.
Filipe Masetti Leite, a Brazilian-Canadian documentarian, is traveling from Canada to South America the old-fashioned way.
Ever since the first axes were hurled in 2006, the Backyard Axe-Throwing League has been gaining members.
Key figures in the trial of Henry Morgentaler reflect on the evolution of social justice in Canada.
Concerned about public safety and their neighbourhood's heritage, Runnymede-area residents take to the streets.
Nominated for: trying to turn an already divided house even more against itself.
Nominated for: making education accessible, and breaking down barriers.
With the demolition of the Beach Motel in Etobicoke, Toronto's future takes another giant, condo-sized leap forward.
Power scrubbing to resume tomorrow after sit-in halts a work crew today.
Over the years, plans for revitalizing the Gardiner Expressway have stalled. But can Toronto afford to wait any longer?