Elizabeth May on proportional representation: Interview by Dave Meslin

Illustration of Elizabeth May on an old fashioned trike by Jeff Carson, from our new issue. Four years ago, 15 million Canadians took time out of their day to vote in our federal election and four per cent of them chose … Continue reading

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Bike Share expansion coming thanks to Metrolinx and Toronto Parking Authority partnership

Photo and story by Evan Morrison Metrolinx and the Toronto Parking Authority have partnered up to expand Toronto’s Bike Share program. The new partnership will more than double the city’s Bike Share network to create a world class bike share system for … Continue reading

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Bike Spotting on Queens Quay – Do you like this new bike lane?

Jessica and Rob with eight (turning nine) year-old Charlotte enjoying the new Queen’s Quay bike lane. Bike Spotting on Queens Quay – What do you think of the Queens Quay bike lanes so far? Interviews by Amelia Brown, photos by Claire McFarlane … Continue reading

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August newsletter is here!

  Part of our coverage this month included bike spotting on Queen’s Quay, King street and lots of features from out latest print issue! dandyhorse August newsletter has arrived! You can read our July recap/August look-ahead here in our latest … Continue reading

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Bike Spotting on King Street – Would you like a pedestrian mall here?

  Jon’s homemade top tube cover made with found materials. Bike Spotting on King Street – Would you like a pedestrian mall here? Interviews by Tammy Thorne, photos by Claire McFarlane In the latest issue of dandyhorse we reimagined what it might … Continue reading

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