Introducing the Spacing School of Urbanism’s first workshop: Laneways

The Spacing School of Urbanism provides unique continuing education and professional development to Greater Toronto-area architects... Read More

EVENT: Right to Walk TO

Spacing is pleased to co-sponsor “Right to Walk TO: Justice, equity, and the Toronto walking experience,” a panel... Read More

CodeRedTO Op Ed: Does Toronto transit need an upload? Or a download?

By Cameron MacLeod There’s been significant discussion on changing the regional transit org chart recently. Unfortunately, this hasn’t... Read More

A modest proposal for reforming Toronto’s Land Transfer Tax

By Zack Taylor Few topics have pre-occupied Toronto’s budget watchers more over the past decade than the city’s land transfer tax... Read More

Guest Op-ed: Building a Waterfront City in Toronto

OP-ED: By City Councillor Joe Cressy Revitalizing our waterfront is the largest and longest-lasting project that we will leave for... Read More

The Bloor Street Viaduct

As the City celebrates the centennial of Toronto’s most recognizable pieces of infrastructure with the unveiling of a historical... Read More

ELECTION: Keesmaat carefully considered

Like any good double entendre, a vote cast is a form of expression that can — and arguably should — carry multiple meanings. You can... Read More

Freedom abound: celebrating Emancipation Day in St. John’s Ward, 1845–1860

by Natasha Henry August 1, 1852 At sunrise, a large crowd gathered for an early church service at the British Methodist Episcopal... Read More