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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Bike Spotting at Harbord and St.George: Post-election edition

The election is over, and we have a new Prime Minister, along with many new local representatives. We talked to cyclists at Harbord and St. George for their thoughts in the aftermath of a historic election, and whether they think it’s time for … Continue reading

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dandyARCHIVE: Bring back the citizen advisory committees at City Hall

Illustration by Warren Wheeler (from dandyhorse issue 2). This story originally appeared on blogTO in April, 2011 as “Why the cycling advisory committee should be saved” ~ If you think the new mayor should reinstate volunteer citizen committees that RoFo … Continue reading

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Wag the Democracy: Ten reflections on the municipal election

Wag the Democracy: Ten reflections on the municipal election Story by Albert Koehl, photos by Wayne Scott In a world where Twitter, texting, Facebook, email, Tumblr, Instagram, and websites have made it easy to communicate, the core work of election … Continue reading

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Bike Spotting at St. George and Hoskin: Is bike policy an important part of your vote for mayor?

Photos by Jeff Carson, Interviews by Jenna Campbell and Jeff Carson We hit the streets on election day to find out how big a factor a candidate’s bike policy was for voters. Sophie Yeah I will be voting for sure, … Continue reading

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