News for the Gardiner Expressway..

Can we learn to love the Gardiner Expressway again?  For decades, the Gardiner Expressway has been a barrier between downtown Toronto and Lake Ontario. That promises to change in 2017, as a 10-acre space under the highway becomes a network of pathways and gathering places that binds a fast-growing part of the city together. This is […]

St Lawrence Market North

PREPARING FOR THE TEMPORARY MOVE:  The St. Lawrence Market North building, constructed in 1968, is showing its age. The low slung building was constructed in a basic form, and the city is looking to replace it with a building more fitting for its significant location. In order for that to happen however, the Market needs a temporary […]

$700M Daniels’ project

$700M project at site of old Guvernment nightclub set to transform the Toronto waterfront The Daniels Corporation unveiled its plans for the Guvernment footprint on Thursday — a whopping $700-million development that includes two mid-rise commercial towers, two sky-high residential ones and post-secondary academic space. Dubbed the “City of the Arts,” it has already secured as tenants […]

Skating at Toronto Islands is a tradition..

Toronto has a long history of skating on the harbour that includes ice-­boat races and New Year’s Eve balls on the ice. Those traditions live on in a much reduced form, primarily preserved by a small community of people who live on the Toronto Island.  Read more in the attached article.. Skating at Toronto Islands […]