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Panel discussion looking at the success of the pilot project.
A city of 200,000 people in Finland has more bike lanes than Canada’s largest city.
How to navigate the city's slushy, snowy, icy streets.
Discuss the limits of free speech and what to do with Old City Hall; see The Rainbow Chorus and Basia Bulat in concert; see theatre in a snowstorm (Beaver) and comedy in a cloud, with Terry Bockston.
How much does it cost to improve Toronto’s cycling infrastructure and where will the network reach?
After seeing cycling triple after the installation of the Richmond and Adelaide separated bike lanes, public works considers extending the project to Parliament Street.
On advocacy, riding in winter, and building a city-wide cycling network.
After a failed run for MP in Trinity-Spadina, the activist and former Olivia Chow staffer is setting his sights on municipal government.
Community groups develop set of proposals to improve walking, cycling, and transit—and they want council candidates on board.
The bike-advocacy group says Bixi Toronto needs some municipal investment to help it thrive.
The $1.2 million project has been in limbo since 2011.
Tomislav Svoboda won't face further consequences if he completes 50 community service hours in the next two months.
A local physician who was arrested for blocking the removal of the Jarvis bike lanes has rallied support from his medical colleagues.
In today's UP: the last weekend of a continuous screening of Christian Marclay's The Clock; Cycle Toronto's Derailed party; a last-chance theatre list; Asiansploitation's comic return; and Run With the Kittens' CD release party.
At community consultation meetings, residents and business owners squared off over the future of the strip.
Today BIXI celebrates its one millionth ride in Toronto. What's next for the successful bike-sharing program?
For a second year, cyclists take to Jarvis street to protest the planned removal of its bike lane.