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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.
From Young People's Theatre to a historical atlas of Toronto—projects that preserve and promote the city’s rich history.
Heritage Toronto Awards nominees honoured for preserving and revitalizing the city's historical buildings.
Development will also feature an office complex and elevated park.
They may only be a theme park attraction, but these lanes are part of a long tradition of showcasing urban innovation.
Toronto is poised for more green roofs, but the City's bylaw largely rules out growing fruits and veg.
Past Heritage Toronto Awards winners who've worked to restore buildings, preserve nature, and foster knowledge of our city's history.
The pedestrianization of John Street will end in October, but it will be back next year—and bolder than before.
Sometimes dreams come true.
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.
John Tory and Doug Ford are committed to a subway; Olivia Chow wants to stick with the original LRT. We've got some interactive charts, to help you figure out how much each one costs.
A New York non-profit sets out to show once and for all that community farms are viable enterprises.
Plans for the site could involve rental housing, a public market, a car-free stretch on Markham—and, of course, condos.
Purchase a piece of Hogtown history, or check out the century-old Tecumseth Street facility.
Portland is combating its anti-homeless image with a new approach to affordable housing.