Elizabeth May on proportional representation: Interview by Dave Meslin

Illustration of Elizabeth May on an old fashioned trike by Jeff Carson, from our new issue. Four years ago, 15 million Canadians took time out of their day to vote in our federal election and four per cent of them chose … Continue reading

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Bike Spotting on King Street – Would you like a pedestrian mall here?

  Jon’s homemade top tube cover made with found materials. Bike Spotting on King Street – Would you like a pedestrian mall here? Interviews by Tammy Thorne, photos by Claire McFarlane In the latest issue of dandyhorse we reimagined what it might … Continue reading

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Metrolinx project sparks calls for new vision at the rail’s edge

Architect’s rendering of the proposed “green walls” plan for the Georgetown rail corridor. Community seeks a more enlightened approach at the juncture of neighbourhood and transit “Green wall” proposal would feature vegetation inside metal cages along with 10,000 trees lining … Continue reading

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Should the Jarvis bike lanes be reinstalled?

Photo of the bike lane on Jarvis being removed by Charlie Randall Should the Jarvis bike lanes be re-installed? Story by Amanda Lewis, Photos by Jenna Campbell  The surface of Jarvis Street has eroded to the point where the white … Continue reading

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Bike Spotting at Bloor and St. George: Do we need bike lanes on Bloor?

Bike Spotting at Bloor and St. George: Do we need bike lanes on Bloor? Photos by Claire McFarlane, interviews by Tammy Thorne

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