While hundreds of cities around the world will be taking part, Toronto’s own offerings are extra-special; we are, after all, the home city of Ms. Jane Jacobs herself.Read Article
April is so jam-packed with beautiful growth and rebirth that I have to be cautious just how much I commit to exploring. If March provided a lesson, it’s that I’m only human and have limits.Read Article
This Thursday, the Laneway Project brings together laneway lovers, designers, planners and city-builders to discuss how we can realize the potential of Toronto’s laneways.Read Article
Jane’s Walks are an amazing, free way to explore your city, and gain a greater understanding of your urban environment. This weekend, all over the world,city dwellers will participate in walks! We picked our top choices for Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver, but there are long lists of amazing strolls going on in each city. Get… Read More »Read Article
Toronto Hit List: Berkeley Block Party with Jason Priestley, Beatlemania!, James Blake DJ Set, Jane’s Walk & more!
May 1st-31st Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival @ various locations. The largest photography event in the world is back! CONTACT is an annual event in May featuring over 1,500 Canadian and international artists and photographers exhibiting at more than 175 venues throughout the GTA. Check out the CONTACT website for a full list of exhibitions and installations. May… Read More »Read Article
Famous Toronto urbanist Jane Jacobs believed in building neighbourhoods that were urban literate, active, and involved with each other. Each year, to celebrate her legacy and all that she stood for, people across the world participate in Jane’s Walk—a free, public walk for people to explore neighbourhoods in their cities, meet neighbours, and learn more… Read More »Read Article