Posts Filed Under: “Nathan Phillips Square”
War on the Car? At video-game City Hall, the cars make war on you.
On Wednesday evening, Torontonians gathered to celebrate the legacy of Jack Layton, and also to meet his challenge.
On the one-year anniversary of his death, another chalk memorial to Jack Layton springs up at City Hall.
In Today's Urban Planner: Fresh Wednesdays, a musical improv, a trivia challenge, and Fringe continues.
City Hall is plastered with enormous pictures of the eyes of new Canadian citizens.
In today's Urban Planner: The countdown to the Pan/Parapan Am Games begins, Dancap launches its last production, and a celebration of madness.
Tuesday's May Day events had everything from human chess to civil disobedience, and saw the re-emergence of Occupy Toronto after a quiet winter.
Celebrated local songwriter takes it to the next level with 2012 release.
How Toronto survived, and even enjoyed, the Northeast Blackout of 1965.
A peaceful protest in Nathan Phillips Square turned into a clash with police.
Fun fact of the day: the highest point in Toronto is 119 Mayor Fords tall.
We went exploring to find the highest elevation in the city, and plant our flag there.
As Occupy Toronto marked its first full week of protest on Saturday, they took their concerns about Rob Ford's cost-cutting agenda to Nathan Phillips Square.
Jack Layton's state funeral was this afternoon at Roy Thomson Hall. Here are photos of the procession from City Hall, and the scene outside.
Hundreds of impromptu messages in tribute to Jack Layton left in chalk on Nathan Phillips Square.
As friends, colleagues, and supporters gathered in Nathan Phillips Square to remember Jack Layton, we spoke with a few of the people who knew and worked with him often.