Archive for 'Peter Goffin'
The city wants to make separating trash from recycling a thing of the past—but critics say the idea isn't all it's cracked up to be.
New non-profit, The Laneway Project, sees Toronto's 2,400 laneways as usable public space, and hopes you will too.
Chicago and London are among the growing number of cities tearing down stop signs, traffic lights, and curbs from their streets and trusting people to be safe. It may not be as crazy as it sounds.
How the Eco Cycle storage system is keeping bikes safe and sidewalks clear in cities across the country.
Swimming, boardwalks, and wetlands could transform a bustling Berlin tourist area—and bring the city together with nature like never before.
From free beer, to bingo, to burlesque, we round up the best Toronto has to offer on election night 2014.
Toronto activists, academics, and community organizers explain what issues voters should consider before they head to the polls.
How shops and residences have brought a shuttered 185-year-old Rhode Island shopping mall back to life.
London's financial district has reduced speed limits on all roads—and reduced traffic fatalities in turn. Should Toronto adopt a similar model?
A new study suggests goats may be the perfect weapon in the fight against an invasive plant species that's taking over Toronto's wetlands.
How to vote, where to vote, and how to decide who to vote for.
They may only be a theme park attraction, but these lanes are part of a long tradition of showcasing urban innovation.
Vienna's travelling hammock house lets visitors kick back, relax, and drink in the urban landscape.
With programs featuring hands-on food and nutrition-related activities, the new hub is already bringing the neighbourhood together.
U of T plans to replace the underused landmark with a cultural complex, but an architecture prof is fighting to save it from the wrecking ball.
A New York non-profit sets out to show once and for all that community farms are viable enterprises.
Portland is combating its anti-homeless image with a new approach to affordable housing.
The Ontario NDP president placed second in Ward 42 in 2010, and is running again this year.