Toronto Tuesday: AGO Revamped, 1914-1918 Vigil, bike sharing

ttnov11.jpgEach Tuesday, Spacing Montreal will share some posts from our sister blog, Spacing Toronto. We hope it will fuel constructive dialogue on the urban issues faced by both cities.

AGO Revamped

The  long-awaited reopening of the Art Gallery of Ontario is happening this month. Shawn Micallef shares some of his posts from the AGO’s Art Matters blog, which include this look at a the iconic Henry Moore sculpture located outside the AGO.   

1914-1918 Vigil

Last week’s vigil at Nathan Phillips Square had a unique approach to remembrance, as the names of each of the 68,000 soldiers who died in WWI were projected onto buildings across Canada, including Toronto’s City Hall.

Bike share program

Dylan Reid takes a look at whether Toronto’s bike-sharing system should be communal or commercial. 

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