SERIES: Exiting Toronto by bike – Western Waterfront Route

Guest blog series by Alix Aylen City infrastructure can make it difficult for people to enter and exit a city’s boundaries, but that difficulty increases ten-fold when you attempt to navigate those boundaries by bike. Alix, a Torontonian and fellow … Continue reading

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Bike Spotting at the Jack Layton Ferry Terminal

Bike Spotting at the Jack Layton Ferry Terminal We asked: What could be done to make the ferry terminal more cycle friendly? Photos by Claire McFarlane, interviews by Jonah Brunet The winning design for Toronto’s Jack Layton Ferry Terminal has … Continue reading

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Complete Streets would mean a healthier Toronto

Photo by Tammy Thorne Toronto Public Health: Complete Streets would mean a healthier Toronto by Jonah Brunet When Toronto Public Health put forward a proposal to lower speed limits in 2012, it was met with immediate, knee-jerk pushback from the … Continue reading

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20 Bicycles to Help Over 30,000

Guest blog by Cait Bouwma, photos courtesy of Ben Voss from Africycle. 20 Bicycles to Help Over 30,000 A little goes a long way. In a country that has seen much catastrophe in the past several months, it is well … Continue reading

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Cycle Toronto’s Annual General Meeting

Photos by David Keogh. Cycle Toronto’s Annual General Meeting recap Guest blog by Liz Sutherland, Cycle Toronto board member and ward leader. Cycling advocates gathered at The Round in Kensington Market on Tuesday, March 24, for the Cycle Toronto AGM. … Continue reading

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