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SPACING PARTY! Come out on Thursday to celebrate the new issue!


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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 is out! Subscribers should have received it by now and you can grab a copy on newsstands or at the Spacing Store. 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.