When Haileybury burned, Toronto sent streetcars

The town of Haileybury sits on the shore of Lake Timiskaming, a serpentine body of water on the northern reaches of the Ottawa River... Read More

The half-built relics of nixed Toronto skyscrapers

In 1914, John Eaton, the third son of retail magnate Timothy Eaton, began preparing plans for a massive expansion of his... Read More

The modernist Bloor-Danforth line at 50

The Bloor-Danforth line turned 50 today. Five decades ago, on February 25, 1966, the first section of Toronto’s first east-west... Read More

The Artful City: Interview with Barbara Astman

Barbara Astman is a Canadian artist who lives and works in Toronto and specializes in photography and new media. Her artworks are in... Read More

SPACING: Come to our release party Feb. 17th!

WHAT: Release party for Winter 2016 issue of Spacing WHEN: Wed. Feb. 17, 7pm-11pm WHERE: 610 Markham St., one block from Bathurst... Read More

Pour one out for the Toronto Coach Terminal

For an busy intercity transit hub in a major North American city, the Toronto Coach Terminal is a sorry sight. Marooned a significant... Read More

READ: Fort York’s Fife and Drum newsletter reveals new information around Toronto’s oldest cold case murder

The latest edition of Fife and Drum, the quarterly newsletter produced by the Friends of Fort York, was recently released. As alwaysc... Read More

12 DAYS OF SPACING: Our Picks

The Spacing Store is just over a year old now and we’re heading in to our second Holiday season. We’ve picked out some of... Read More

12 DAYS OF SPACING: For the Urbanist

The Spacing Store is just over a year old now and we’re heading in to our second Holiday season. We’ve picked out some of... Read More

12 DAYS OF SPACING: For the Kids

The Spacing Store is just over a year old now and we’re heading in to our second Holiday season. We’ve picked out some of... Read More