We forget that walking can be a part of our public transit system too.
Community members replace the role of private developer to construct a new lifestyle.
Toronto can learn a lot about how to improve our streets from cities like Vancouver
Mega-projects keep failing. So why does the mayor love them so?
Bike lanes are more vigilantly monitored, but the City is still soft-pedalling expansion of cycling infrastructure
More than 69 kilometers of laneways have been transformed by benches, bike parking and flower beds. If connected, they would be almost as long as the Montreal Metro
"There are thousands of opportunities to build small, one-family units along laneways.”
Toronto must adapt to an aging population. For the first time ever, there are more people over 65 than under 15.
Youth-led engagement processes transformed Thunder Bay’s waterfront.
It’s time we did away with the neighbourhood-stultifying bylaws that make Toronto’s suburbs unwalkable.
"The relentless gentrification of Toronto is a major concern."
In Toronto, trees provide $28.2 million worth of services each year in the form of savings on heating and cooling, improvements to air quality and carbon sequestration.
New program increases capacity to deal with rainfall and melting snow.
The city of Yokohama added 12,000 new spaces in just four years. Now the entire country is aiming to replicate that success.
Toronto has long been a nucleus of women's rights activism.
The latest proposed design includes the retention of the Honest Ed’s laneway, rental housing units, and more heritage buildings.
The case against driving is as strong as the case for exercise.
Eight installations by international artists at annual public art event.