Underneath the layers

Bloor and Bathurst might be our greatest big city corner — not because of skyscrapers or starchitecture but because of Honest... Read More

Losing our connections

Allan Crawford has dreams of building a lodge at the mouth of the Humber River. The Parks, Forestry and Recreation employee, who runs... Read More

Dense about density

It's been a year since Christina Zeidler stood before an audience in the Ballroom at the Gladstone Hotel to share her fears of... Read More

More strut in our walk

Everyone is a pedestrian. Almost everyone in the city walks somewhere on most days, even if just briefly, and the official definition... Read More

A magical ride

I know I should say something like "I love my mom, and I love world peace," but honestly, I don't think there's... Read More

An architectural graveyard

In the eastern end of the city, along the shores of Lake Ontario, there is a geological wonder that stands tall and majestic. Created... Read More

The roller boat of Toronto

The city has been extending its waterfront since the early 1900s, that much is no secret, but what we've been burying down there... Read More

Heading in the right direction

When artist Carolyn Tripp was a teenager making day trips to Toronto she found the big metropolis confusing, and would occasionally... Read More

Who was first past the post?

"It's like taking the cherry off the sundae," says architect and designer David Dennis of Jack Layton's claim that... Read More