gta post 3 nov 22
November 22, 2017

Nearly three years have passed since the provincial government amended the building code to permit wood frame construction for buildings up to six storeys, and builders have slowly been taking …

gta post 2 nov 22
November 22, 2017

Planners in Richmond Hill are trying to transform one of the most car-oriented segments of Yonge Street into a high-density mixed-use community focused on active transportation. However, some councillors and …

gta post 1 nov 22
November 22, 2017

After a troubled one-year pilot project, Burlington council is poised to discontinue the controversial New Street bike lanes. In July 2016, council approved the 2km, $210,000 New Street bike lane …

to post 3 nov 17
November 17, 2017

Two development applications signs adorn the edge of the rail deck site at Spadina Avenue and Iceboat Terrace. On the left is the city’s proposal for Rail Deck Park; on …

to post 2 nov 17
November 17, 2017

A recent study has concluded that almost one-third of Toronto residents live in close proximity to high levels of air pollution, and thus increased health risks, resulting from traffic congestion. …

to post 1 nov 17
November 17, 2017

Faced with new forms of townhouse development, staff is creating guidelines with the goal of ensuring that future developments respect the public realm and the existing neighbourhood context. Toronto urban …

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