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  • Shaun Merritt, Author at Spacing Toronto
    Two Archer better known simply as The Archer is one of Toronto s best known pieces Read More Architecture Entertainment District s Master Plan This morning the Toronto Entertainment District BIA unveiled their â œMaster Planâ to redevelop much of the downtown core From Read More Culture Untitled This statue stands outside the Kelly Library at St Michael s College at the University of Toronto It was unveiled on June 6th Read More Culture Dreamwork of the Whales This magnificent piece of art is located in Little Norway Park and has an extraordinary story behind it s creation In Read More Culture Universal Love Machine This piece of public art is a bit of a mystery It does not have a plaque displaying the name of the artist or title which makes its Read More Culture Nurture Nature This is another piece of art located at the University of Toronto that s easy to miss Nurture Nature by Joe Read More Culture Katyn Monument Katyn Monument by artist Tadeusz Janowski is located on the west side of town where King Street West becomes Read More Culture Al Purdy Memorial The Alfred Purdy Memorial was created by Edwin and Veronica Dam de Nogales and is located at the North East corner of Read More Culture Parkdale Bike Rack Sculptures The first time I saw Parkdale s new bike posts or bike rack sculptures according to their creators I immediately Read More Culture Businessman on a Horse The University of Toronto boasts a large collection of public art and Businessman on a Horse by William McElcheran might Read More Post navigation Older posts Search Advertisement Spacing Magazine fall 2015 Order issue Subscribe In these stores Popular Posts The cold war siren system Toronto never used Spacing s Guide to Toronto Events Nov

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  • Stephen Brophy, Author at Spacing Toronto
    Headlines Tuesday TRANSPORTATION TTC s Spadina subway takes shape as politicians talk Scarborough Toronto Star Looking at transit success and Read More Headlines Toronto s Urbanism Headlines Wednesday POLITICS Protesting Oshawa residents handcuffed at city council Toronto Star Hold on to your spreadsheets Toronto s annual budget Read More Headlines Toronto s Urbanism Headlines Tuesday POLITICS Rob Ford s team stalls on releasing records Toronto Star Toronto mayoral poll Chow Tory Stintz beat Ford Read More Headlines Toronto s Urbanism Headlines Wednesday TRANSPORTATION TTC CEO Andy Byford distances himself from Canadiens coloured uniform proposal after staff outrage National Post Read More Headlines Toronto s Urbanism Headlines Wednesday TRANSPORTATION TTC workers say new uniform colours are too Habs like Toronto Star Toronto transit workers reject Canadiens coloured Read More Headlines Toronto s Urbanism Headlines Tuesday TRANSPORTATION TTC industrial accident sends two to hospital Toronto Star Spadina King intersection to re open tomorrow Toronto Read More Headlines Toronto s Urbanism Headlines Wednesday TRANSPORTATION Parking tickets Toronto s hotspots revealed Toronto Star TTC takes to YouTube to explain Pape Station 12 day Read More Headlines Toronto s Urbanism Headlines Tuesday TRANSPORTATION Union Station facelift to shape commuter city of the future Globe Mail Enjoy Toronto s glorious bike paths but Read More Headlines Toronto s Urbanism Headlines Wednesday TRANSPORTATION Toronto police won t track dooring until they re ordered to do so Toronto Star Barrie GO Read More Headlines Toronto s Urbanism Headlines Tuesday TRANSPORTATION Metrolinx creating 6 7B LRT mega project too expensive for smaller local contract bids critics National Post Read More Post navigation Older posts Search Advertisement Spacing Magazine fall 2015 Order issue Subscribe In these stores Popular Posts The cold war siren system Toronto never used Spacing s Guide to Toronto Events Nov 15 21 LORINC How to invest

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  • Tammy Thorne, Author at Spacing Toronto
    and Lansdowne The Pirates have moved from their first home across from the Beer Store on Bathurst above to their new home at 1292 Read More Bikes Suburban Critical Mass Sunday at 3 WHAT Suburban Critical Mass WHEN Sunday at 3 rain or shine WHERE meet at Yonge and Eglinton This will be the last Sunday Read More Bikes Day 3 of the Great Waterfront Trail Adventure Just one of the many different beautiful spots along the shores of Lake Ontario I like adventure I like to ride my bike I like to Read More Bikes Ride Suburban Critical Mass this Sunday While many cyclists in Toronto are aware of the monthly Critical Mass the newly created Suburban Critical Mass may be a way to see Read More Bikes Bike Train 2008 launches today This could be you above Take the Train Bring your Bike Avoid Soaring Gas prices and explore southern Ontario this summer Read More Bikes North York Mass bike ride this Sunday June 8 at 3pm Join us for a fun filled ride as we ride en masse through North York it s time to make every Toronto street a cycling street Read More Bikes Lorne Shields Historical Bicycle Photography Cinecycle Toronto presents a rare opportunity to see one of the world s finest collections of early cycling history Esteemed Read More Bikes Do you ride in Mass I had the pleasure of meeting a graduate student from York this week who is researching Critical Mass and he wants to know Have YOU Read More Bikes Winter cyclist profile Jonny the musician Spring is now officially here but as there is a little bit of snow to contend with we offer you one more in the series of winter Read More Post navigation Older posts Search Advertisement

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  • Thomas Wicks, Author at Spacing Toronto
    m reminded of an architectural Read More Architecture Architecture Fetish Longhouses Toronto has been inhabited for thousands of years During those years countless structures were built housing the aboriginal peoples Read More Features Architecture Fetish Log ically Toronto Though I maintain Toronto s first architectural style was The Georgian I want to give a more humble form of early architecture Read More Architecture Architecture Fetish By George Toronto is a Georgian city It s our first architectural style and the basis of our city s grid plan There may not be Read More Architecture Architecture Fetish A PoMo ProMo Postmodern architecture may often be equated with the excess of the 80s and may be derided along with shoulder pads and power suits as Read More Architecture Architecture Fetish Bungalow Cool Toronto is a city of bungalows Though we d fancy ourselves as a city of tall and thin Victorians tightly packed together on Read More Architecture Toronto s French Connection Casa Loma may be Toronto s favourite and best known castle but chateaus still abound The chateau style was used all over the Read More Architecture I am not lovin it Another one bites the dust Not that the potential loss of a McDonald s restaurant causes me any particular heartache but this Read More Architecture Toronto meets Marrakesh Given the winter we ve been having it would seem impossible to think of Toronto as being in any way exotic much less to draw Read More Architecture Toronto Prairie Our almost missing style Toronto is pretty flat but it s no prairie Perhaps that s why the Prairie style didn t catch on While it s Read More Post navigation Older posts Search Advertisement Spacing Magazine fall 2015 Order issue Subscribe In these stores Popular Posts The cold war siren

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  • Todd Harrison, Author at Spacing Toronto
    More Events The answers are blowing in the wind Todd Irvine Spacing s former Green Space columnist is now writing for Eye Weekly This is a cross post from Eye about Read More Green Space Tree Tuesday Comparing maples Every Tuesday Todd Irvine of LEAF posts a stop from the Toronto Tree Tours a collaborative project of LEAF and the Toronto Public Read More Green Space Tree Tuesday A tree of heaven busts a move Every Tuesday Todd Irvine of LEAF posts a stop from the Toronto Tree Tours a collaborative project of LEAF and the Toronto Public Read More Food Tree Tuesday Good eco in the garden of pizza Every Tuesday Todd Irvine of LEAF posts a stop from the Toronto Tree Tours a collaborative project of LEAF and the Toronto Public Read More Green Space Tree Tuesday Golden Weeping Willow Every Tuesday Todd Irvine of LEAF posts a stop from the Toronto Tree Tours a collaborative project of LEAF and the Toronto Public Read More Events LEAF Annual Party LEAF is holding its second annual party this Wednesday to celebrate another successful year It promises to be a fun night with live Read More Communication Tree Tuesday Graffiti Flowers Every Tuesday Todd Irvine of LEAF posts a stop from the Toronto Tree Tours a collaborative project of LEAF and the Toronto Public Read More Green Space Tree Tuesday The Narrowing of Gladstone Every Tuesday Todd Irvine of LEAF posts a stop from the Toronto Tree Tours a collaborative project of LEAF and the Toronto Public Read More Features Tree Tuesday Arboreal Aria Every Tuesday Todd Irvine of LEAF posts a stop from the Toronto Tree Tours a collaborative project of LEAF and the Toronto Public Read More Post navigation Older posts Search Advertisement Spacing Magazine fall 2015 Order

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  • Toronto Cycling Think and Do Tank, Author at Spacing Toronto
    Community Bikes Traffic Housing Film Video Photos Communication Media 10th Anniversary More Topics All Topics 10th Anniversary Architecture Bikes Cities For People Civic Engagement Communication Community Culture Curiosities Events Features Film Video Food Green Space Headlines History Housing Infrastructure Maps Media Neighbourhoods Parks Photos Politics Services Spacing Streetscape Traffic Transit Urban Design Walking Waterfront Region Topic By Toronto Cycling Think and Do Tank Bikes Cycling Think Do Tank Planning Your Cycling Trips Lesson From a New Cyclist This post by Benvenuto Triolo is part of Spacing s partnership with the Toronto Cycling Think and Do Tank at the University of Read More Search Advertisement Spacing Magazine fall 2015 Order issue Subscribe In these stores Popular Posts The cold war siren system Toronto never used Spacing s Guide to Toronto Events Nov 15 21 LORINC How to invest with Crosstown s found money Welcome to your private nuclear fallout shelter The story of Jackie Burroughs a Yorkville laundromat and two of the biggest drug addled bands of t From the Spacing Store 22 Buy yourself a subscription 22 Buy a renewal subscription 22 Buy a gift subscription 5 Back Issues 2 Toronto Subway Buttons All Stations 3 Toronto Subway Magnets All

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  • Travis Myers, Author at Spacing Toronto
    Anniversary More Topics All Topics 10th Anniversary Architecture Bikes Cities For People Civic Engagement Communication Community Culture Curiosities Events Features Film Video Food Green Space Headlines History Housing Infrastructure Maps Media Neighbourhoods Parks Photos Politics Services Spacing Streetscape Traffic Transit Urban Design Walking Waterfront Region Topic By Travis Myers Curiosities Google misplaces CN Tower It seems that search engine superpower and go to map company Google has had some problems arranging Toronto lately with the city s Read More Politics Karen Stintz New TTC Chair Mayor Rob Ford a new title Torontonians will have to get used to saying over the coming years While many are focusing on the results Read More Search Advertisement Spacing Magazine fall 2015 Order issue Subscribe In these stores Popular Posts The cold war siren system Toronto never used Spacing s Guide to Toronto Events Nov 15 21 LORINC How to invest with Crosstown s found money Welcome to your private nuclear fallout shelter The story of Jackie Burroughs a Yorkville laundromat and two of the biggest drug addled bands of t From the Spacing Store 22 Buy yourself a subscription 22 Buy a renewal subscription 22 Buy a gift subscription 5 Back Issues 2

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  • PAN AM PATH: Summer of art in Toronto - Spacing Toronto
    bike ride is available here The area of the Pan Am Path associated with Spring For the Friends of the Pan Am Path this event has been years in the making The Art Relay is all about a grassroots community led initiative says James Gen Meers executive director of Friends of the Pan Am Path Meers was one of five DiverseCity Fellows who came together with Ostrom a local artist looking to connect Torontonians in different parts of the city The City already had a ten year plan to connect and improve existing trails They also had money put aside to fund projects related to the Pan Am Games We saw a great opportunity to combine forces and try to leverage some of the resources that were being allocated for legacy projects to promote an acceleration of trail building that was already on the city books explains Meers They thought that an arts event would show off Toronto s local artists who come from all over the Americas and elsewhere I feel like as a resident of the city we were never so divided as under the Ford regime So we wanted to connect the city not divide it he explains That mission linking Torontonians from different geographic financial and cultural backgrounds has been the organization s heart from the early days when they went out of their way to solicit applications in four different languages They also specifically requested applications that were in their preliminary stages not fully formed submissions We did that because we wanted to minimize access costs and make it so anyone could participate or put forward an idea says Ostrom With most open art calls he explained the expectation is that an artist will fully develop their idea on their own time But the Friends of the Pan Am Path wanted ideas from everybody who was interested in participating not just the people who d have time to create a full proposal This approach provoked over 230 applications Fourteen of those form the basis for Art Relay events and Ostrom is hoping that some of the others might be used in the future This mural will be officially unveiled at the second Art Relay event After the relay is over some art provoked by the Arts Relay will remain murals across the city a mosaic under the Dundas West bridge and a new gallery of Latin American art More important say Ostrom and Meers are the legacies of connection they hope the series will leave behind between artists at the city s often ignored periphery and between trails in the city For the Pan Am Path to come together only a few kilometres of trail needed to be built connecting existing trails Most of the Path is made up of existing city owned trails Organizers acknowledge that three short sections won t be finished in time for this summer but they say the Path will work without them The Pan Am Path isn t going

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