Councillors look for way to fund subway plan; St. Clair right-of-way: a rite of passage for a gentrifying avenue?; whatever you do, don't say Downtown Relief Line; and more news.
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Skyline International Development's CEO is stepping out of the boardroom and into the stables for the new W Network series Undercover Boss Canada. Michael Sneyd, the man behind the wheel of such ... read more
The annual BILD awards have become a fixture of the real estate development industry, honouring standout builders, marketing teams, realtors and designers. 2012 marks the 32nd year of the awards, ... read more
Homebuyers beware market sucker punch; council gets light-rail disasters instead of a subway plan; are Toronto condo towers slums in the making?; and more news.
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Then. Dupont and Christie. Looking west across Christie along Dupont. April 30, 1925. An unspectacular enough "Then" scene — I was fully expecting at least one or both of those bank buildings to ... read more
Toronto library workers go on strike; artists to give telephone booths across Toronto a facelift; Toronto condos: how close is too close to the Gardiner?; and more news.
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March 16, 2012 4:45 pm | by Craig White | Comments
At the sixth edition of Luminato this June a new tradition will be inaugurated when David Pecaut Square at Metro Hall is transformed by an art and architecture installation. 'Windscape' is by ... read more
Then. "New Merchants Bank. Darling and Pearson, Architects," circa 1921. Another wwwebster sourced picture.
A search of the online Toronto Archives using search term "Yonge King" yields a ... read more
Then. 130-132 Yonge. "Huyler's Store Building," circa 1909. To the right of the Huyler's Store just peeking out is the Birks store that — memorably for some of us — was located on the southwest ... read more
Toronto recycling: what does it take to get citizens to recycle properly?; TTC finally cleans up its subway washrooms; Google slowly but surely charts undiscovered Toronto; and more news.
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Stintz plans to shut down TTC subsidieary created by mayor; Ripley's aquarium in Toronto taking shape with construction of the concrete shark tank floor; and more news.
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Dick Cheney deems Canada too dangerous for speaking visit; TTC appoints Byford as new chief; original Harvey's restaurant demolished to make way for condos; and more news.
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Toronto condo owners launch class action suit over falling glass; Prime Minister Stephen Harper expected to announce funds for airport tunnel; behold the St. Clair disaster; and more news.
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