January 4, 2013 7:00 pm | by Craig White | Comments
UrbanToronto's readership comes from a diverse cross-section of society, but most readers would be happy to be labeled as architecture buffs or enthusiasts, if they are not already architecture ... read more
The last month of the year was a busy one at UrbanToronto. The Forum was a hotbed of discussion, as always, with the most talked-about project being One Bloor East. In the news, a stunning ... read more
No new lines, but some GTA transit improvements on track this year; legal crusaders lead a quiet fight for cyclists and pedestrians; and more news.
Toronto gives notice to appeal shark-fin ... read more
Toronto's year of public transit; Ford enjoys brief moment of peace at New Year's Levee; how will Toronto health care cope with population growth?; and more news.
2012: Toronto’s year of public ... read more
All of us at UrbanToronto wish you a happy and safe holiday season! The UrbanToronto office is now closed for the holidays as our editorial team is taking a well-deserved break. But we'll be back ... read more
Documents reveal Gardiner study shelved before Ford came to office; Ontario to implement 'locked door' policy at all elementary schools; OMB rejects big box development plan for Kensington Market ... read more
December 20, 2012 10:17 am | by Dylan Giuliano | Comments
Dark day for the TTC; teachers face discipline; return of Transit City; the end of the Delta Chelsea + more news.
Dark day for the TTC’: Report calls transit agency ‘arrogant, patronizing’ with ... read more
December 19, 2012 10:48 am | by Dylan Giuliano | Comments
Gardiner on a crash course; Presto builder has poor track record; teachers threaten more strikes; revamping Wheel-Trans + more:
Hume: Toronto and Gardiner on crash course (Toronto Star)
System ... read more
Today's Photo of the Day comes from UrbanToronto's Flickr pool. Captured by Urban Quarter, the St. Lawrence Market neighbourhood's Berczy Park is lit beautifully for the holidays with a festive ... read more
Councillors warm up to private-sector fix for Gardiner; Olivia Chow only serious by-election threat to Rob Ford; Toronto considering all options for crumbling Gardiner and more news.
Councillors ... read more
Diagnosing Toronto's casino fever; seeking a village feel for a high-rise cluster in North Toronto; air-rail link has Metrolinx 'clear-cutting' trees along the rails; and more news.
Diagnosing ... read more
December 14, 2012 10:15 am | by Jeff Low | Comments
Then. October 18, 1911. Adelaide and Bay; looking east across Bay along Adelaide. A photographic panorama of Toronto workaday life and detail frozen across the unfathomable gulf of time. Yes, I ... read more