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
King Street looking east to Yonge Street, circa 1912. Of note: One King West has just started construction — the hoardings are up. Also of note: Stop looking at the Now photo to make your ... read more
OK, I fibbed. I really can't find a great Then picture of the Toronto Carpet Factory in its heyday. So, you won't get one today. That said, not much at all has changed on the outside, so, I hope ... read more