Some views of the city from this evening. It was the warmest day we've had in the city in a while and yet it was largely a quiet night in the city with only few people out on the streets. Still, I was out enjoying what I could.Read More
In Roncy on a quiet Monday evening. Only a few true regulars spilling out onto the streets from the neighbourhood's many restaurants.Read More
I spent a part of my morning on Yonge Street. It was my first time walking the stretch of Yonge between St Clair and Eglington. A couple of snaps for you below.
Great light too.Read More
Snow storm will continue overnight tonight in Toronto. Also a tough commute for drivers. I watched as drivers were painfully reminded of the ancient topography of the city as they struggled to mount the Lake Iroquois Shoreline on Bathurst (that huge hill north of Davenport is the shoreline of a glacial lake).Read More
I like to wander around laneways and alleys in the city. I think a lot of Torontonians share in this with me. There were a number of people out touring the laneways on Sunday afternoon.
The houses built on top of Garrison Creek are slowly falling back into it.
The creek was actually part of the ravine system forming what's now Cristie Pits, Bickford Park and Trinity-Bellwoods.
Garrison Creek itself has been diverted into a sewer. There's a neat history of it all - Burying Garrison Creek: A History
I think one of these was a plane.
Today we will be running our workshop at the Urban Ecologies Conference hosted at the AGO this year.Read More
The consensus: There is no debate, the region is so far behind the funding and building of needed transit projects that those at the table had little to disagree about.Read More
Sidewalk repairs kicked off all over Harbord Village today.