Event: VPSN Last Candidate Standing, Nov. 2nd

LAST CANDIDATE STANDING: WHEN: Sunday, November 2, 2014 – 2:00 – 5:00 pm WHERE: Goldcorp Centre for the Arts, 149 W... Read More

LORINC: Lessons for Toronto from Nenshi Nation

After the interminable awfulness of Toronto’s election campaign, and just hours following the horror show in Ottawa, Calgary... Read More

LORINC: In defense of the strategists

Pop math quiz: what’s a strategic vote worth, anyway? Seventy-five percent of an “authentic” vote, or maybe just 50%? How... Read More

LORINC: Tory has out-smarted Chow

As the major ed-board endorsements start to flow in John Tory’s direction, it seems increasingly clear that his campaign, which... Read More

Paul Bedford Q&A: change Toronto’s governance model

Since Toronto’s amalgamation, there’s been very little re-tooling of the governance model foisted upon the region during... Read More

EVENT: Women Transforming Cities’ 21st Café, October 16th

Looking at the world through rose-coloured glasses may smooth over the rough spots but in a city that isn’t working well for women and... Read More

Book Review – The Public Library: A Photographic Essay

Author: Robert Dawson (Photographer) with Bill Moyers (Foreword)and Ann Patchett (Afterword) – (Princeton Architectural Press... Read More

LORINC: Class divisions at heart of this campaign

During the scrum following Friday night’s shouty debate about priority neighbourhoods, a Global News reporter asked John Tory if he... Read More

Des aménagements qui tuent

Le coroner a tranché, la mort de la cycliste Mathilde Blais était évitable. Il a été prouvé par son investigation que cette mort n’est... Read More

LORINC: Doug Ford’s $400,000 question

Amidst media reports that he misled voters about his wife’s allegedly Jewish ancestry and then mischaracterized John Tory’s stint on a... Read More