Toronto launches pilot project to improve safety the visually impaired

Walking Toronto’s streets can be dangerous for any pedestrian, but it can be especially hazardous for the visually impaired. The... Read More

Waterfront Toronto officially breaks ground on the Queens Quay

With the drop of a pick axe political dignitaries, city councillors, and community organizers officially marked the ground breaking of... Read More

Q&A with Sean Hertel: “A good city is worth paying for”

“A good city is worth paying for,” said Urban Planning Consultant Sean Hertel, who spoke  at “Going to School: A... Read More

Going to Transit School with OCAD’s Deanne Fisher

“Going to School: A Transit Conference for the GTHA” took place last week at York University in front of a crowd of more... Read More

Phase three of Regent Park revitalization gets underway

The Toronto Community Housing Corporation and The Daniels Corporation unveiled Phase Three of the five-part Regent Park revitalization... Read More