The Reading Line is hiring

From L-R – Park People policy coordinator Jake Tobin Garret and reading line co-organizers, Amanda Lewis and Janet Joy Wilson Thanks to the generous support of the Toronto Arts Council, our friends at the The Reading Line are offering two positions, in … Continue reading

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TTC gears up to better serve cyclists

By Amelia Brown Most of the improvements to a cyclist’s commute are achieved after hard work and years of campaigning. We don’t get bike lanes, protected lanes, reduced speed limits or side guards on trucks unless we fight for them. … Continue reading

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Queens Quay Cycling Detour Update

A sign near the foot of Bathurst advises of Queens Quay eastbound road closure Queens Quay Cycling Detour Update Text and photos by Sarah Greene If you’ve taken your first trip to the Islands this year, or tried to bike … Continue reading

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dandyCommute series: around the Annex

dandyCommute #6 dandyhorse contributor Kaitlyn Kochany proves you don’t have to commute far to be dandy! Here’s her tour of the Annex on her way to her office (just south of Bloor and Bathurst). This is the sixth installment in … Continue reading

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