Spotted: Stop and Smell the Carbon Monoxide

What: Graffiti on a bus stop bench, “Stop and Smell the Carbon Monoxide” next to Peterborough’s only (partly) protected bike lane. Although the origin of this graffiti is unknown, we believe it may be by prolific Peterborough street artist Jerm IX, … Continue reading

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From Legs to Lungs the Benefits of Cycling are Many

From Legs to Lungs: The benefits of cycling are many Although biking is often associated with better mental health, freedom and fun we sometimes forget the great physical benefits that biking provides and I’m not just talking tight glutes…I’m thinking about … Continue reading

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Four Reasons Why Road Tolls are a Good Idea

Four Reasons Why Road Tolls are a Good Idea They’ll benefit everyone—motorists and non-motorists. This story originally appeared at Torontoist.com

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Let’s talk about the car population problem

Photo by Chris Kaiser from our Food issue. See more of Kaiser’s photos here. The overpopulation of cars is distorting our society and destroying the environment by Albert Koehl ~ originally published in The Toronto Star on Feb. 19, 2014 … Continue reading

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