Tree trouble for construction-weary Roncey; Falling condo glass woes to be solved with mesh; The Donald in TO for official Trump Hotel opening; and more.
The Fixer: Newly planted trees growing ... read more
Then. June 8, 1952. Yonge and Grenville, southwest corner. The construction is for the Yonge Subway line. Of course, I point this out for the non-Toronto viewers of this thread.
Now. June 2011. ... read more
Political parties for municipal politics, visualizing Rob Ford's support, legalizing drug injection sites in Toronto and George Street homes to receive heritage status; and more news.
Newsmaker: ... read more
April 12, 2012 9:56 am | by Evan Manning | Comments
A new national park and power plant; airport train developments; Doug Holyday muses about voter choices; prehistoric Toronto and more:
Toronto condo starts show no sign of cooling (The Globe ... read more
Often viewed as a relatively bland formality within the process of constructing a condominium, groundbreaking ceremonies are largely uneventful, albeit necessary, events. Marked by the presence of ... read more
Back to work for part-time workers, the Jarvis bike lanes may survive yet, shopping patterns of the future, Toronto's newest islands and what's next for Rob Ford + more news.
Toronto’s part-time ... read more
April 3, 2012 9:56 am | by Evan Manning | Comments
Bike Lanes; Billboards; Working University Avenue Fountains (Finally); A Summer of Road Repairs; A Rare Victory for Rob Ford; and more.
The Fixer: Water will soon dance again in University Ave. ... read more