What happened to all the public washrooms in Toronto?

When nature calls in Toronto, it’s usually an obliging bar or cafe that answers. Outside of city parks and public buildings... Read More

EVENT — free screening Saturday of new doc “A Shift in the Landscape” exploring Richard Serra’s King City sculpture

WHAT: Screening of A Shift in the Landscape WHEN: Saturday June 28 at 6PM WHERE: Camera Bar, 1028 Queen St West COST: Free Shift, the... Read More

Les fantômes de la guerre du Golfe vont bientôt quitter la maison du 100 Somerville

Contribution spéciale de Simon Dansereau Abandonnée depuis plus de trente ans, l’ancienne résidence du consul d’Irak à Montréal... Read More

Door Open Weekend — ghosts, [murmur], maps, & Redesigning Toronto Pecha Kutcha-style

It’s Doors Open weekend in Toronto, the first city to do this and now the largest event like this in North America. This year... Read More

Video Vancouver: A Kid’s-Eye View

This whimsical music video shows a precocious child sneaking out to explore Vancouver while his parents are asleep. Song... Read More

Street art with heart: The Artists of the Glebe vs. Minto

With the much ‘discussed’ construction of the Lansdowne Park Redevelopment project creeping closer to its slated date of... Read More

On loving Toronto — memories of the Annex and discovering Scarborough

EDITORS NOTE: We’re pleased to publish this meditation on being from Toronto by Christina Wong. Christina recently got her PhD... Read More

Ottawa’s failed Airport Parkway pedestrian bridge goes viral

The-bridge-that-just-won’t-be has made headlines again, and this time in the national media. Ottawa’s Airport Parkway... Read More

Lake Sturgeon, Nemêw, Buffalo of the Water

Unlike the river valley, I feel as though not many Edmontonians have a strong connection to the North Saskatchewan River. We do not... Read More

#TEDxElginSt: Is Ottawa having an identity crisis, or are we simply in need of a little self-discovery?

This past Saturday, in the darkened auditorium of the Canadian Museum of Nature – a setting and atmosphere synonymous with the famed... Read More