How The Green Line Will Benefit Toronto’s Cycling Community

Photo by Kyle Baptista for Park People How The Green Line Will Benefit Toronto’s Cycling Community By Taylor Moyle  Toronto’s Green Line, a 5-km linear park in a hydro corridor that connects communities may finally become a reality this year. … Continue reading

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Vision Zero Comes To Toronto

Image from the City of Toronto  Vision Zero Comes To Toronto  By Taylor Moyle No loss of life is acceptable. This is the mantra behind Vision Zero, an international movement started in Sweden in 1994 to eliminate traffic fatalities. The … Continue reading

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Peter’s Commute: Brockton Village to Distillery

Follow Peter Harte as he commutes from one end of the city to the other through all seasons and shares his recommendations on the safest, smoothest, and fastest routes in this dandy series. You can read this first installment here, the … Continue reading

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Peter’s Commute: Sherbourne Commons to Tarragon Theatre

Follow Peter Harte as he commutes from one end of the city to the other through all seasons and shares his recommendations on the safest, smoothest, and fastest routes in this dandy series. You can read this first installment here. … Continue reading

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Bells on Bloor ride and dandy bike giveaway at Suzuki foundation Christie Crawlfest

Bells were handed out for the “victory lap” of the new Bloor bike lanes on Sunday at the Suzuki Crawlfest. Bells on Bloor and Suzuki Foundation Christie Crawlfest recap in photos Photos by Tammy Thorne and Jun Nogami On Sunday, … Continue reading

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