If you’re not too stuffed from turkey over the Thanksgiving weekend, you should join us for the launch of our third book — 25 Days That Changed Toronto — and the release of our Fall 2017 magazine issue, focused on all things urban in Canada.
You can get deep discounts on our book (33%) and magazine (45%) if you attend the party.
Our annual national edition is packed full of unique articles on Canadian urbanism: the messy aftermath of Expo 67, how cities are preparing for the autonomous vehicle future, mapping the flooding of Toronto’s Island, and figuring out a way to honour the Black Vancouver neighbouhood of Hogan’s Alley that resided in the space now occupied by the downtown viaducts. Issue sells for $9 at regular retailers.
Our new book, 25 Days That Changed Toronto, chronicles 25 unique dates that altered the city’s history. Everything from riots to weather disasters to political upheaval. Pick up a copy to learn more about your own city. Book goes for $15 in the Spacing Store.