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  • Bikes Archives - Spacing Toronto
    long standing Bike Share Toronto member I was excited to read that the Ontario government is investing in additional bikes and Read More REID Busting some myths about pedestrian collisions By Dylan Reid Toronto Public Health published a report this week analyzing the police statistics for collisions where vehicles hit pedestrians and Read More REID Slowly moving towards speed reductions in Toronto By Dylan Reid In the most recent issue of Spacing I wrote about how the idea of slow zones is being overtaken by universal speed Read More REID Laneways as shared spaces By Dylan Reid Last week I was part of a panel discussion about the potential of Toronto s laneways organized by The Laneways Project I Read More REID Election survey shows strong support for sustainable transportation among candidates By Dylan Reid This morning the Toronto Centre for Active Transportation TCAT released the results of a survey of council and mayoral candidates Read More From lake to lake and back again rail trails of southwestern Ontario By Sean Marshall Waterford Black Bridge between Simcoe and Brantford In mid July I completed another overnight cycling trip On a bright and warm Read More 10 NO BRAINERS Lead the Way for Cyclists By Claire Nelischer 10 No Brainers to Make Toronto More Awesome is a project of the Centre for City Ecology that highlights small achievable actions at Read More Revisiting the Uxbridge Peterborough Rail Trails By Sean Marshall Two years ago I wrote about a cycling day trip that I took between Uxbridge and Peterborough I rode mostly on rail trails between Read More Daylighting the Urban Wetland By Sonia Ramundi Editor s note This is the eleventh post in a series by students at the John H Daniels Faculty of Architecture Landscape and Read More Post navigation

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  • Traffic Archives - Spacing Toronto
    few things more symbolic of Toronto than its streetcars For more than 150 years surface rail has formed the Read More REID Busting some myths about pedestrian collisions By Dylan Reid Toronto Public Health published a report this week analyzing the police statistics for collisions where vehicles hit pedestrians and Read More LORINC We were promised Tory The Consensus Builder By John Lorinc I know that many politicians are ardent devotees of Ralph Waldo Emerson s lovely old putdown consistency is the hobgoblin of little Read More LORINC I come to bury the Gardiner not to praise it By John Lorinc Based on the speech by character Mark Antony in Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare Friends Torontonians 905ers Read More Why the Gardiner East terms of reference matters a lot By John Lorinc With apologies to my readers who hate sports metaphors this week s city council showdown over the Gardiner may seem like overtime in Read More REID Slowly moving towards speed reductions in Toronto By Dylan Reid In the most recent issue of Spacing I wrote about how the idea of slow zones is being overtaken by universal speed Read More LORINC Can there be a Kumbaya moment for the Gardiner By John Lorinc In the wake of the intense session at the public works committee the Gardiner East battle was joined by North York councillor James Read More Shredding paper is adding time to your commute By Prajakta Dhopade Mayor Tory is trying to tackle Toronto s 6 billion traffic congestion problem by cracking down on lane blocking vehicles but Read More LORINC Tearing down Gardiner East is all in the numbers By John Lorinc Does the melodrama over the projected two to ten minute delay that may occur due to the removal of the lower portion

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  • Housing Archives - Spacing Toronto
    a 700 home subdivision in Aurora Ontario offered something no other homebuilder in the Read More BURALE The reality of fighting poverty By Idil Burale If cities had New Year s resolutions Toronto s should be a poverty reduction strategy According to the new report on child poverty Read More The horror of the Rupert Hotel fire still lingers By Chris Bateman The fire had been burning out of control at the Rupert Hotel for 17 minutes before someone called 911 As flames and acrid smoke Read More Exploring the busy basements makeshift markets of Regent Park with Civic Salon By Robert Ruggiero Basements are often unsung heroes of great cities In new and old Regent Park the unseen basement hides both bottom up and top down Read More Started from the bottom now we re here By Dale Duncan The exhibition Hands On Urbanism How to Make a Difference at Urbanspace Gallery until March 7th showcases stories of groups of Read More EVENT Justice in Housing in Toronto By Dale Duncan The Justice in Toronto Lecture Series will hold its second event of 2014 on Thursday February 27 This evening lecture will explore Read More Toronto s Art Deco disrict Take a walk along Eglinton Avenue West By Daniel Rotsztain On a recent walk along Eglinton just east of Bathurst I noticed that several blocks are lined with beautiful Art Deco apartment Read More Inequality the real issue behind the Ford crisis in Toronto By Hassan Arif The circus of Rob Ford has gained international media attention and been fodder for late night comedians It does represent a real Read More Event Exhibition Open Eyes Toronto presents The Condo Show By Nicole Bruun Meyer WHAT The Condo Show WHEN Thursday November 21st 7 12 pm WHERE Make Works 1139

    Original URL path: http://spacing.ca/toronto/housing/ (2015-11-15)
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  • Film & Video Archives - Spacing Toronto
    Shawn Micallef What Porch Stories When Friday June 19th Thursday June 25th 6 45PM Tickets Via the TIFF website Toronto is in famous for being Read More EVENT Haphead Toronto premiere January 22 By Dale Duncan This Thursday January 22 Haphead an 8 episode webseries set in Toronto in the year 2025 will premiere on the big screen at the Read More 10 NO BRAINERS Provide Permits for Pop Ups By Claire Nelischer 10 No Brainers to Make Toronto More Awesome is a project of the Centre for City Ecology that highlights small achievable actions at Read More 10 NO BRAINERS Safe Simple Street Festivals By Claire Nelischer 10 No Brainers to Make Toronto More Awesome is a project of the Centre for City Ecology that highlights small achievable actions at Read More 10 NO BRAINERS Lead the Way for Cyclists By Claire Nelischer 10 No Brainers to Make Toronto More Awesome is a project of the Centre for City Ecology that highlights small achievable actions at Read More 10 NO BRAINERS Free the Parks from Permit Fees By Claire Nelischer 10 No Brainers to Make Toronto More Awesome is a project of the Centre for City Ecology that highlights small achievable actions at Read More 10 NO BRAINERS Open the Core to Food Trucks By Claire Nelischer 10 No Brainers to Make Toronto More Awesome is a project of the Centre for City Ecology that highlights small achievable actions at Read More 10 NO BRAINERS Activate our Laneways By Claire Nelischer 10 No Brainers to Make Toronto More Awesome is a project of the Centre for City Ecology that highlights small achievable actions at Read More 10 NO BRAINERS Foster Fruit Trees By Claire Nelischer 10 No Brainers to Make Toronto More Awesome is a project of the Centre

    Original URL path: http://spacing.ca/toronto/film-video/ (2015-11-15)
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  • Photos Archives - Spacing Toronto
    WHEN September 18 to November 1 Opening reception September 18 6 8PM Read More Last week to see Spacing presents A Decade s Dose of Imagery photos by Sam Javanrouh exhibit By Spacing WHAT Spacing presents A Decade s Dose of Imagery an exhibit of Sam Javanrouh s photos WHEN March 24th to April 26th Read More Brampton s light rail blues By Sean Marshall As we continue to debate the merits of subways and light rail here in Toronto it s worth noting that across southern Ontario Read More Spacing presents A Decade s Dose of Imagery photos by Sam Javanrouh exhibit By Spacing WHAT Spacing presents A Decade s Dose of Imagery an exhibit of Sam Javanrouh s photos WHEN March 24th to April 26th Read More Spacing anniversary party portraits by Rannie Turingan By Matthew Blackett Rannie Turingan has been a long time contributor to Spacing as well as being a staple at our release parties At our 10th anniversary Read More Frustrated by obstructive sidewalk condo ads Toronto artists get creative By Josh Sherman Toronto artists Sean Martindale Adam Krawesky and Martin Reis are tired of sandwich board condo ads cluttering the city s sidewalks Read More EVENT Art Deco and Style Moderne in Toronto photo exhibit By Josh Sherman WHAT Smart Address Art Deco Style Moderne and Their Contemporaries in Toronto WHEN Oct 26 Jan 25 Tuesday to Friday from 10 Read More IN THIS ISSUE A look back at Sam Javanrouh s photoblog By Spacing The Summer 2013 issue of Spacing is jammed packed with a slew of great articles photos and interviews focused on Toronto urbanism Read More TTC Spacing Ride Gudie photo contest ends next week By Matthew Blackett WHAT Ride Guide Photo Contest WHO The TTC and Spacing magazine DEADLINE July

    Original URL path: http://spacing.ca/toronto/photos/ (2015-11-15)
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  • Communication Archives - Spacing Toronto
    a 700 home subdivision in Aurora Ontario offered something no other homebuilder in the Read More Storymobile is telling Canada s Main Street stories from Mimico to the Maritimes By Daniel Rotsztain If you ve travelled through Mimico a waterfront neighbourhood in Toronto s west end during the last few months Read More MESLIN The myth of the five week election By Dave Meslin As the dust settles from the 2014 municipal election and political commentators begin to reflect on what happened two common themes Read More Meet Bertie the Brain the world s first arcade game built in Toronto By Chris Bateman Almost two decades before the first video game found its way into an arcade the Canadian National Exhibition hosted a strange Read More NXT City Prize Lisa Baroldi and inclusivity in cities By Nxt City Prize The NXT CITY PRIZE is all about vision to reimagine Toronto s public spaces and inject a sense of energy dynamism and reflexivity Read More MESLIN If a billboard falls in a forest Part 1 By Dave Meslin Bathurst and Davenport cross each other just below the steep shoreline of ancient Lake Iroquois The intersection is lush with Read More EVENT Education Justice in Toronto By Dale Duncan The final event of the Justice in Toronto lecture series takes place tomorrow at 230 College Street This free evening lecture will Read More La Ville Reine The French underground is all around us in Toronto By Daniel Rotsztain Last week I was driving along College enjoying a jazzy groove on 90 3 FM Espace Musique When the song ended and the hosts returned to Read More Started from the bottom now we re here By Dale Duncan The exhibition Hands On Urbanism How to Make a Difference at Urbanspace Gallery until March

    Original URL path: http://spacing.ca/toronto/communication/ (2015-11-15)
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  • Media Archives - Spacing Toronto
    to Make Toronto More Awesome is a project of the Centre for City Ecology that highlights small achievable actions at Read More Crowdfunding Queerstory a free app that will tell Toronto s LGBTQ history By Shawn Micallef A new project started by Year Zero One YZO some of the folks behind the award winning TXTilecity project stories about Read More New project Track listen local set to collect and map songs about Toronto with your help By Shawn Micallef There s a neat project in the works called Track listen local that s looking for your Toronto contributions Read More Walkonomics walking app comes to Toronto By Dylan Reid Walkonomics a British based company is launching their walkability app in Toronto It s a concept pioneered by American Read More ByoLogyc Retreat Stay Safe at the End of the World By Chet Getram Editor s Note To coincide with our Disaster issue Spacing Toronto has teamed up with the transmedia apocalyptic sci fi Read More Now you too can add people randomly to streetscapes By Dylan Reid A couple of months ago I posted about the habit of architecture firms randomly Photoshopping people into their designs without Read More Music video uses photos from Archives By Matthew Blackett How can you not love this music video Local singer Lisa Conway s video for Oh How Love uses images from the City of Toronto Read More NFB film shows Toronto as a boom town in 1951 By Jonathan Zettel This 1951 Leslie McFarlane film from the NFB Toronto Boom Town showcases Toronto as a growing metropolis It really is Read More Has Mayor Rob Ford become Mayor Tommy Shanks By Matthew Blackett The continued follies of Toronto mayor Rob Ford may be life imitating art or pop culture During a moment

    Original URL path: http://spacing.ca/toronto/media/ (2015-11-15)
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  • 10th Anniversary Archives - Spacing Toronto
    we decided to do a 10 theme for our 10th anniversary issue we knew that we needed to look forwards as well as Read More IN THIS ISSUE What if it was Spacing s 100th anniversary By Matthew Blackett As I detailed in a previous post last week I am responsible for designing the covers of Spacing When we began the planning of our Read More Book Review Thinking about Yonge Dundas Square By Dylan Reid 2013 is not only the 10th anniversary of Spacing but also the 10th anniversary of Yonge Dundas Square The two anniversaries are Read More IN THIS ISSUE The future shoreline of Toronto By Mathew Borrett EDITOR S NOTE Even before the 10th anniversary hit newsstands one of the illustrations inside the issue had gone viral Mathew Read More The stories behind 10 Spacing covers By Matthew Blackett A series of posts from Spacing s editors and contributors celebrating a decade of the magazine Whenever I present Spacing to a Read More Come to our 10th anniversary party tonight By Spacing WHAT Spacing s 10th anniversary party 30th edition release party WHEN Tuesday December 10th 7 30pm 1 00am WHERE The Great Read More More info on Spacing s 10th anniversary party By Spacing WHAT Spacing s 10th anniversary party 30th edition release party WHEN Tuesday December 10th 7 30pm 1 00am WHERE The Great Read More Spacing s 10th anniversary party Make us a birthday card By Spacing WHAT Spacing s 10th anniversary party 30th edition release party WHEN Tuesday December 10th 7 30pm 1 00am WHERE The Great Read More Spacing s 10th anniversary party By Spacing WHAT Spacing s 10th anniversary party 30th edition release party WHEN Tuesday December 10th 7 30pm 1 00am WHERE The Read More Search Advertisement Spacing Magazine

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