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  • Memorial for killed cyclist

    Candlelight Memorial for cyclist Ryan Carriere When: Monday November 7th, 2005; 7:00 p.m. Where: Queen and Gladstone Toronto cyclists were saddened to...

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  • Still We Ride

    Check out the screening of the film Still We Ride documenting the politics of the critical mass ride in NYC. The film highlights the ongoing struggle to...

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  • Bike accident

    I spent the last few days moving into my new place in Parkdale, so I was traveling by cargo van or car half the time. On Monday, I headed north on...

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  • Planning for bikes

    Yesterday in Toronto, the Bikeway Planning and Development Workshop was held at Ontario Place gathering 30 municipal planners and transportation planners...

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  • Toronto’s Bike Plan gets the gears

    Spacing managing editor Dale Duncan wrote in Eye Weely about Toronto’s Bike Plan, and the bike lane proposal that would stretch across Bloor and the...

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  • Take the Tooker

    With the price of gas rising, pollution increasing, obesity growing, parking diminishing, & congestion clogging, you would expect government to take...

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  • PEDAL POWER! ~ Film night at the Bloor Cinema

    PEDAL POWER! A night of two-wheeled films Tuesday September 27 @ THE BLOOR CINEMA, 7pm, $9 featuring: “Return of the Scorcher” (1992) &...

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  • Who’s Driving the City?

    While London is installing solar powered lighting in its busstops and New York is putting thousands of new bus shelters, newsstands and, public washrooms...

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  • Today is CarFree Day

    Without the financial support of City Hall, Torontonians are holding their own Car Free Day. Thursday, September 22nd is World CarFree Day and...

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  • Union on two wheels?

    Today’s Globe and Mail has an interesting article on the drive to unionize Toronto’s bike couriers. As it stands, most couriers earn about...

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  • Life in the Bike Lane

    Offthemapgallery is moving to a new location and celebrating the move with a Green Bike Convoy and an exhibition called Life in the Bike Lane curated by...

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  • Study of cycling in Canada

    The Victoria Transport Policy Institute has issued an interesting study comparing cycling in six major Canadian cities. Despite Toronto’s many...

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