My City Lives: “Old Town Toronto” part v

In the final video for our series with famous Toronto Historian Bruce Bell around Old Town Toronto we visited the St. James... Read More

Contact Photo video selection: Ritual of the Slaves with archival Toronto film clips

The ongoing Contact photography festival across Toronto includes video installations. This one, called Rituals of the Slaves by... Read More

Event: This Space Available at Next Wave Film Festival

From May 10-12, young movie lovers will take over the TIFF Bell Lightbox for Next Wave, a film festival programmed for and partly... Read More

Hot Docs Event: Detropia

In 1930, Detroit was the fastest growing city in the world. According to the 2010 census, its population has now dropped back to 1910... Read More

TODERIAN: Discovering the worlds of Twitter and urbanism

This special column is from Brent Toderian, the former chief urban planner of Vancouver. Last week I had lunch with a friend and... Read More

HEAD SPACE VIDEO: Brett Hendrie, Hot Docs

Brett Hendrie is Managing Director at Hot Docs International Documentary Film Festival. Early last year, Hot Docs acquired and began a... Read More

My City Lives: “Old Town Toronto” part III

In the third instalment of our video series with Bruce Bell, Toronto’s famous historian, we have profiled St. Lawrence Hall. Built... Read More

VIDEO: The Social Life of Small Places

William Whyte got it right: the legendary urbanist created the film “The Social Life of Small Places” that has become one... Read More

My City Lives: “Old Town Toronto” part I

Introducing the first video in our five part series on the history of Old Town Toronto with Bruce Bell. Bell is a popular historian... Read More

My City Lives: Waterfront Toronto

Ken Greenberg is an architect and urban designer residing in Toronto. Instead of redevelopment, Greenberg believes in... Read More