SERIES: Exiting Toronto by bike – Exiting Montreal by Bike and Le p’tit train du nord

SERIES: Exiting Toronto by bike – Exiting Montreal by Bike and Le p’tit train du nord Story and photos by Alix Aylen When comparing bike infrastructure in Toronto to cities around the world, people often lean on the old weather … Continue reading

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What King would look like if people were the priority

Image by Kerry Thompson A New Image for Toronto: Pedestrian priority combined with a transit right-of-way From our NEW issue! Story by Albert Koehl What kind of city do you want to live in? How should public spaces be shared? If … Continue reading

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Greenbelt Route launches this month: Ontario cycle tourism gets a boost

Greenbelt Route Coming Soon: Ontario cycle tourism gets a boost (from our new issue) Story by Darja Pilipovic Photo courtesy Friends of the Greenbelt Foundation The Greenbelt Route is a new cycling trail spanning and impressive 470 km over six … Continue reading

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Desmond Cole on Policing Public Space

Policing Public Space: Calling it quits with carding (from our new issue) Story by Tammy Thorne Photo by Mike Ford Politeness and politics rarely mix. Yet, here in Canada, we’re often too polite to admit that racism even exists. Well … Continue reading

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Banking on Bike Share: TD CEO likes bikes

Banking on Bike Share: TD CEO on why bikes are good for business Story by Jonah Brunet Photo by Dylan Leeder From the 16th floor of the Toronto- Dominion Centre’s southernmost tower, Tim Hockey, president and CEO of TD Canada … Continue reading

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