Yarn Bombing Day pt 2: Brenna MacDonald of Lettuce Knit

“Is it okay if I knit here?” Under a shady tree outside a cafe in Kensington Market, Brenna MacDonald smiled as she pulled out her... Read More

Yarn Bombing Day pt 1: An introduction to yarn bombing

Now that winter’s woolen socks and handmade scarfs are back in their closets, urban knitters have started using public space as their... Read More

Toronto’s Urbanism Headlines: Monday

TRANSPORTATION Ontario’s Charles Sousa calls for meeting with Jim Flaherty to talk transit funding solutions [Globe & Mail... Read More

Toronto’s Urbanism Headlines: Tuesday

MAYOR ROB FORD At casino meeting, Rob Ford to face council for first time since drug allegation [Globe & Mail] Rob Ford keeps low... Read More

Toronto’s Urbanism Headlines: Thursday

MAYOR ROB FORD Mayor Ford being investigated by city after putting magnets on cars [Globe & Mail] Rob Ford has checked out [The... Read More

Toronto’s Urbanism Headlines: Tuesday

URBAN DEVELOPMENT Local Toronto residents oppose Humbertown plans [Globe & Mail] To really serve Toronto — even hockey fans ... Read More

Toronto’s Urbanism Headlines: Monday

TRANSIT Metrolinx puts Leslie back on the Crosstown map [Toronto Star] Council transit funding debate: What the hell was that... Read More

Steam Whistle Brewery keeps Toronto’s history on the rails

Distinctive green glass bottles make their way down the conveyor belt in a seemingly never-ending line, waiting to be filled with... Read More

Toronto’s Urbanism Headlines: Tuesday

TRANSPORTATION Toronto’s chief planner calls on city to lead transit discussion [Globe & Mail] Sick of having your bike stolen... Read More

Toronto’s Urbanism Headlines: Monday

URBAN DEVELOPMENT The island airport expansion: what we know so far [Globe & Mail] Citizen group aims to halt Rob Ford’s request... Read More