LORINC: Sidewalk Toronto hires a fixer

Has the outfit that promised to build a waterfront community from the Internet up decided that it needs a reboot, or at least an... Read More

The next steps for the Toronto Museum

Co-authored with Claire Nelischer After years of deliberation and many unrealized plans, the City is finally set to establish... Read More

Why regime change doesn’t necessarily mean a swing to the right

In so many ways, Doug Ford’s bluster bus is already the most riveting story of this spring’s election, although his response to... Read More

What a Doug Ford government will do about (or to) transit

In the next few days, work crews will begin tearing up the intersection of Finch Ave. West and Martin Grove — deep in the heart of... Read More

LORINC: Why Sidewalk Toronto needs to consult with you

In the heady days of Toronto’s mid-1980s real estate boom, large parcels of land along the central waterfront began rapidly changing... Read More

LORINC: Toronto needs a real race for mayor

Doug Ford’s strange weekend victory in the Ontario Progressive Conservative leadership race serves to clarify much of the muddiness... Read More

LORINC: Sidewalk Labs launches its dog and pony show

Beginning this week, Torontonians will start to hear a lot more from Sidewalk Labs Toronto as the company, a subsidiary of... Read More

LORINC: Why a TTC commuter will get killed at Yonge-Bloor station

There is, in this city, a person going about their business today who will die after being accidentally shoved in front of a moving... Read More

LORINC: City needs to be thoughtful on how to run Museum of Toronto

UPDATE: The executive committee adopted the report, with an amendment from Scarborough councillor Paul Ainslie, asking city staff to... Read More

LORINC: Wynne’s Liberals gut their own affordable housing policy

Remember when inclusionary zoning was going to solve Toronto’s affordable housing crisis, or at least take a big step towards... Read More