A city-wide closure due to the coronavirus pandemic leaves public art designers and planners — many of whom already had commissions and plans in place for upcoming art in the city — wondering how to proceed with an outdoor future that’s so uncertain.
Toronto’s new waterfront communities will able to enjoy the fastest broadband internet in the city. Waterfront Toronto and Beanfield Metroconnect announced Monday that Waterfront neighbourhoods and businesses will be provided with one of the highest…
Jackhammering on Queen’s Quay and the faint humming of engines from the island airport rise above the morning street noise. Slowly, gridlocked traffic progresses toward the airport ferry terminal at the edge of Bathurst Quay. This congestion, Ward 20 council candidate Anshul Kapoor says, should not be allowed to get any worse.
Toronto City Council was awash in a sea of blue Wednesday afternoon as Code Blue, a community group formed to fight proposed changes to the Port Lands Development, packed the council chamber to watch a vote on the future of the project.