Is Toronto a smart city? MBA students say it could be smarter when it comes to bike lanes

                      Image by Dave Murray for dandyhorse from issue 6. How MBA students turn the bike lane issue on its head By Gideon Forman As Toronto strives to build a … Continue reading

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Heels on Wheels with Ivy Knight

Heels on Wheels with Ivy Knight Photo by Molly Crealock, interview by Tammy Thorne. ~ This interview was originally published in issue 7, the food issue, summer 2011. ~ UPDATE: Ivy Knight is featuring in The Heat Documentary which is … Continue reading

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Will Ontarians vote with their bikes?

  Will Ontarians vote with their bikes? New polling data shows support for cycling infrastructure investments As Share the Road rolled up it’s annual Ontario Bike Summit on April 18 this year, it released results of a new poll conducted by … Continue reading

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Chief planner says Yonge and Danforth good candidates for bike lanes

As Christopher Hume recently said, for planners everything hinges on what sort of city we have, what sort of city we want, and how to get from one to the other. And that is the challenge set out before the City … Continue reading

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Bechdel Tested does Bikes

Interview by Tammy Thorne Bechdel Tested returns for the final edition of its second season with a cycling themed film and panel. This Earth Day they’ll be screening the critically acclaimed Wadjda, the first feature film ever directed by a woman in Saudi … Continue reading

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