Toronto-based community choreographer. Areas of interest: Public space, bikes, creative activism, transpartisan advocacy and democratic renewal. Co-founder of Spacing.

Bike fees: Misinformed, misguided and a step backwards for Toronto

From today’s Toronto Star: Giorgio Mammoliti boldly announced Wednesday that if elected mayor, he would introduce a $20-$30... Read More

Ballots & Bus Drivers: April is Town Hall Month

Despite recent media reports, I’d like to say that I’m having a good week.  In fact, I haven’t been this excited... Read More

Richmond & Adelaide: Two-Way or Bikeway?

While much has been said about the pedestrianization of Times Square in Manhattan, little attention has been focused on another bold... Read More

Bike blitz: helpful or harmful?

Yesterday marked the beginning of this year’s Bike Blitz.  Officially, it’s called the “Safe Cycling — Share the... Read More

Bicycle Advocacy Workshop at City Hall

Council Chambers, Toronto City Hall (Queen & Bay) Sunday April 13 – 11:00am to 4:00pm Learn how to improve cycling... Read More

Grow up, Globe

Today’s edition of the Globe and Mail has a feature story called “Grow up, cyclists”. It’s a story about... Read More

Toronto is the black sheep of the White Nights

Nuit Blanche has come and gone and proved once again to be a wonderful evening for thousands of participants. And once again, the... Read More

Seattle’s street furniture is so silly

I’m on the west coast doing some travelling and I can’t help but notice how strange some of these cities are. For example... Read More

Rivertown Fantasy

I awoke this morning to the sound of thunder and the deep hum of raindrops crashing through trees, knocking leaves to the ground. I... Read More

Who Runs This Town?

New Website Launched Today: Who Runs This Town? With one election over, another is just beginning! In recent years, Toronto’s... Read More