Naturally occurring cultural districts; Toronto kills the plastic bag; contracted company caused flooding at Union Station; living next to the creepiest house in Toronto; an interview with a ... read more
Which beach to choose in Toronto; Rob Ford vows to create jobs through lower commercial property tax rates; casino not in the works for Ontario Place; a beautiful revitalization of Queens Quay; ... read more
How secure can malls be?; Mayor Ford wants to end the land transfer tax; why Toronto's playing fields are in the shape they're in; auction empties the Four Seasons; TTC workers awarded 6% raise in ... read more
May 2012 was very eventful in Toronto, and we have the full recap for you here in this month's Topping Off post. While Forum thread discussions continue to be dominated by ten of the largest ... read more
A suspect is arrested in connection to this past weekend's shooting, Queen Street East getting a BeachBible, Athletes struggle to find adequate facilities and the St. Lawrence neighbourhood is ... read more
Why urban planners don't want to work in Toronto; City set to rename ferry terminal in honour of Jack Layton; Veteran Liberal MPP opposes Toronto casino; citizens mobilize to save Riverdale Farm; ... read more
TTC sticks to Metrolinx deadline for Eglinton LRT project; rising home prices a sign of confidence in Toronto; city rejects large retail development on Kromer Radio site; and more news.
TTC sticks ... read more
A Doors Open tour of the east end would not be complete without a look at the wonderfully opulent R.C. Harris Water Treatment Plant. The building was constructed in the early 1930s and named after ... read more
Then. Northwest corner of Whitney Avenue and Roxborough Drive, circa 1921. I hope the original owner got a volume discount on the awnings.
Now. July 2011. On reflection I should have gotten ... read more
Tories take battle for Etobicoke Centre to Supreme Court; Milton to build velodrome; Troubled Air Canada flight drops debris over Mississauga; City Councillor wants methadone clinic out of St. ... read more
This tour of four Doors Open Toronto venues incorporates not only information about the sites visited, but also nearby or associated developments of interest to UrbanToronto readers. With so much ... read more