Today, the Board is talking about pedestrian deaths in Toronto due to cars running them over, amongst other things. On your mark . . .
Today, Executive Committee talks affordable housing. Here’s a rundown of the recommendations from Cllr Ana Bailão’s working group—and why they dovetail with the Daily Bread Food Bank’s policy goals. Continue reading
In short, yesterday’s vote at city council, on the phasing in of the completed Sherbourne bike track coinciding with the return of the convertible fifth wheel lane on Jarvis for cars, comes down to five practical things: As a cyclist-commuter, you won’t be getting a completed Sherbourne bike track until … Continue reading
City Council’s back from summer holidays with a jam-packed agenda, featuring plastic bags, the Port Lands, Casa Loma, the budget, that ombudsman’s report, and more! Continue reading
Despite a late arrival, let’s get this post-summer check-up going.
School’s back in session, kids. Here’s this meeting’s agenda, where we’ll be talking ~surpluuuuus~.
In the wake of a frightening wave of sexual assaults across the city, women are organizing to reclaim nightspace. But, for many people, nightspace is not the only—or most—dangerous space, and truly inclusive, transformative work requires some heavy self-criticism. Continue reading
“We are not moving.” This was the site supervisor at Lafarge Canada’s lake-side cement depot this afternoon, and it could easily be the substance of a letter that Waterfront Toronto received from the concrete company this morning. LaFarge’s property, which sits at the mouth of a future, naturalized Don River, made … Continue reading
Less facepalming, more dry legal wrangling. Continue reading