Q&A with Ward 20 Candidate Albert Koehl

Koehl is second from left with some members of his campaign ‘bike brigade’ above. Q&A with Ward 20 Trinity-Spadina candidate – and champion for cyclists and pedestrians – Albert Koehl Toronto municipal election is on Oct. 27 Albert Koehl is … Continue reading

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Biking to work: the good, the bad and the ugly

Biking to work: the good, the bad and the ugly  Guest blog by Josh Varickanickal I finally went full hipster. I now ride a bike to work. For the last few years, I have been reverse commuting to work (out … Continue reading

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Harbord and Shaw streets by bike for the first time

Harbord and Shaw intersection on a beautiful sunny fall day. Harbord and Shaw streets for the first time: destination Trinity Bellwoods park This is the fourth story in a continuing series about being a new cyclist in Toronto. Story and … Continue reading

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Sketchy the Clown for mayor: “Don’t vote for me”

Sketchy the Clown for mayor: “Don’t vote for me” One candidate’s take on bikes in the city Interview and photos by Jenna Campbell We recently posted our dandy mayoral primer to let readers where some of the candidates stand on bikes. Sketchy … Continue reading

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The Pan Am Path to link communities via green infrastructure

Wayfinding structures guide cyclists and pedestrians in the Lower Don Valley. The Pan Am Path links communities through green infrastructure Story and photos by Corey Horowitz Toronto’s urban ravine system is a tremendous natural asset. It can be cited as … Continue reading

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