LORINC: Waterfront Toronto two steps ahead of Minnan-Wong’s forced outrage

One of the great fictions of the Rob Ford era is that only a tiny clutch of politicians kept watch over all the devious civil servants... Read More

LORINC: Tory lands in middle of island airport mess

During a campaign-style drive-by in Mississauga last week, Prime Minister Stephen Harper, according to reports, sought out Toronto’s... Read More

The grim history of the Ku Klux Klan in Toronto

Two men in hooded Ku Klux Klan uniforms flash Nazi salutes on a porch. Beside them, a woman with “white power” tattooed crudely across... Read More

BURALE: Tory needs to repair trust between police and community

Mayor John Tory said he wanted to improve the relationship between the Toronto Police Service (TPS) and the community, and signaled... Read More

RELEASE: Bye Bye Chinatown: A Call to Action (Dec 12th deadline)

“Approving 105 Keefer would be like selling a little piece of Chinatown”  – member of HREN If Chinatown means something to you... Read More

LORINC: Denzil goes to the Waterfront

Not long after amalgamation, when Toronto council still had 57 members and met at Metro Hall, I set up a lunch-time interview with... Read More

City of Vancouver Urban Design Studio: R.I.P 2004 – 2014

It is with great sadness that Spacing Vancouver must report the unofficial “death” of the City of Vancouver’s highly... Read More

LORINC: Welcome to Tory Nation

Four years seems like such a very long time ago. Don Cherry, pinkos, and then a lengthy, nausea-inducing ride on the roller coaster of... Read More

Toronto, Queen’s Park, and the circus at the School Board

If Premier Kathleen Wynne truly had the courage of the convictions that made her a great education advocate a decade ago, she’d ditch... Read More

What’s next for the Dennis Building?

The Nova Scotia government really, really wants to tear down one of Canada’s greatest, grandest 19th-century office buildings... Read More