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NEW ISSUE: Come to Spacing’s release party Nov 17 at The Gladstone

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WHAT: Release party for Fall 2016 issue of Spacing
WHEN: Thursday, Nov. 17, 7pm-11pm
WHERE: Gladstone Hotel Melody Bar, 1214 Queen St W (just east of Queen & Dufferin)
COST: $10 for mag, $5 for subscribers
SHARE: Feel free to RSVP our event on Facebook

The new issue of Spacing should be arriving in your mailbox now or very soon (for subscribers). As usual, we will be hosting a release party to celebrate the new edition. Join us for drinks and urbanism-themed chats.

This issue features 12 extraordinary Toronto women who are changing the city’s public realm. These profiles highlight their amazing city-building work while tackling the challenges of working in a traditionally male-dominated profession. The women range from a chief planner to a guerrilla gardener, from a transit executive to a skateboard activist, and from a public consultation specialist to a mural artist.

The issue also a feature about excavating the Black history of The Ward, five reasons to love the Bloor bike lanes, a manifesto on how to tackle class and race in the world of city-building, and a photo essay documenting Toronto’s unique transit fare history.