PODCAST: Election Panel with John Lorinc and Jennifer Pagliaro

As Toronto gets ready to vote, we’ll be bringing you regular panel discussions with journalists and experts who will help you... Read More

PODCAST: Spacing Radio 028, Toronto Election: The People vs. Doug Ford

Toronto’s election was thrown into chaos this summer by a surprise announcement from Premier Doug Ford. What’s at stake... Read More

LORINC: The Subway in the Room

Almost a year ago, the Toronto Star’s Jennifer Pagliaro published a story detailing, with her trademark meticulousness, how then chief... Read More

PODCAST: Spacing Radio 026, Interesting Times

In this episode, we speak with Cycle Toronto’s Liz Sutherland for a Vision Zero update, and what the new Ontario government... Read More

The legal case against Ford’s assault on local democracy

There was a collective jaw drop when Premier Doug Ford announced, seemingly out of the blue, that Toronto’s wards would be decreased... Read More

PODCAST: Spacing Radio 025, “Until We’re Safe”

In this episode, we discuss the problems with policing in Toronto. Alok Mukherjee was Chair of the Toronto Police Services Board from... Read More

What TCHC needs to do next with Regent Park

This is a guest column from Shauna Brail and Alfred Jean-Baptiste Over the relatively short time span of just over a decade, Regent... Read More

Why I revived the Bureau of Municipal Research

Ten years ago, as a grad student researching the history of Toronto’s waterfront, I came across a study, published in 1977, that could... Read More

The need for site-specific works of art

Daniel Young and Christian Giroux’s new public art piece— Three Points Where Two Lines Meet, located at the intersection of Bathurst... Read More

PODCAST: Spacing Radio 024, Ontario Votes!

Election day is fast approaching, advanced polls are already open, so let’s talk Ontario. We’re joined by TV... Read More