Waterfront Trail and GO are a match made in heaven

(Sub)Urban exploration is GOing to get a whole lot easier this summer.  The border between Toronto and Mississauga – Image courtesy of Alix Aylen Story by Cayley James The Waterfront Trail is one of the best things southern Ontario has going … Continue reading

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The Reading Line is hiring

From L-R – Park People policy coordinator Jake Tobin Garret and reading line co-organizers, Amanda Lewis and Janet Joy Wilson Thanks to the generous support of the Toronto Arts Council, our friends at the The Reading Line are offering two positions, in … Continue reading

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Habs vs Leafs Bike Showdown

Even though some of us Toronto Maple Leafs fans know better than to get excited about a play off season, it IS possible at this point in time that the Leafs and Habs could face off in the play offs…. … Continue reading

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Accessible Cycling is Better Together

Cycling should be accessible for all! Bike designers are looking into ways to best meet the needs of every kind of cyclist. Derek Rayside, an all season rider and activist based in Toronto with a penchant for tandems, points out the best rides … Continue reading

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