Canada’s Environment Minister Rides a Bike to Work

In our new print issue, on newsstands now, we spoke to the minister of the environment about the importance of cycling – and carbon pricing – in combatting climate change. Canada’s Minister of the Environment Rides a Bike Biking to … Continue reading

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The Suzuki Foundation supports bikes lanes on Bloor

Story by Tammy Thorne originally published in our Summer 2016 issue. Photo by Claire McFarlane Gideon Forman, the climate change and transportation policy analyst at the David Suzuki Foundation says it didn’t take a lot of convincing to bring Canada’s … Continue reading

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Rethinking suburban roadscapes: building rapid transit greenways

Image by Darnel Harris and Dennis Espino Imagine a road that not only supported a range of modes of transportation, but also helped clean up our waterways. It’s possible – and not all that difficult, according to Darnel Harris. Harris, who … Continue reading

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From the Horse’s Mouth: Dr. David McKeown on how Toronto can get healthy in 2016

Illustration by Ian Sullivan From the Horse’s Mouth: Dr. David McKeown on how Toronto can get healthy in 2016 From the Horse’s Mouth is a new dandyhorse series where we ask City Hall experts questions related to their area of expertise. … Continue reading

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dandy basic bike repair workshop at Beyond Green environment summit

  Derek Chadbourne of The Bike Joint, teaches Beyond Green participants about basic bike repair. Text and photos by Tammy Thorne On Sunday October 27, 2013, dandyhorse participated in the Beyond Green weekend for young environmentalists on U of T’s … Continue reading

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