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gta post 1 april 25
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April 25, 2018, Comments Off

To help make its downtown more vibrant and attractive, on April 10 Oakville council approved the final design for the reconstruction of Lakeshore Road East. The core of the town’s …

to post april 20

TORONTO WITH A TWIST

April 25, 2018, Comments Off

The Twist Gallery on Queen Street West is showcasing Toronto’s architecture and streetscapes through art. Featuring Toronto artists who depict the c ...

to post 1 march 9

HENHOUSE PILOT

March 12, 2018, Comments Off

Local residents in four wards will be able to raise hens in their backyards until March 2, 2021, under a three-year pilot project announced this month ...

gta post 2 march 7

MALLS, REIMAGINED

March 12, 2018, Comments Off

In response to changing retail market and land use patterns, planners in the City of Mississauga are undertaking a revised planning framework to guide ...

  • gta post 1 march 7
    GOING GREEN
    March 12, 2018, Comments Off

    With aspirations to achieve a zero carbon footprint by 2040, The City of Burlington has identified opportunities to reach its goal through multi-stakeholder collaboration, demonstration projects and intensification-focused urban development ...

  • gta post 1 feb 21
    PLANNING FOR EQUITY
    February 21, 2018, Comments Off

    Planning practices sustain racial inequities in transit and housing across Canada, and the GTHA is no different. Changes are needed. One solution starts with planning education: hiring faculty and attracting ...

  • to post 1 jan 26
    HEIGHT MATTERS
    January 26, 2018, Comments Off

    An innovative, mixed-use development, which incorporates the Bloor Street United Church, has been proposed for the corner of Bloor and Huron. While the proposal offers much needed renovation to the ...

  • EdSajecki-Retires
    FOUNDATIONS IN PLACE
    January 26, 2018, Comments Off

    After overseeing Mississauga’s transformation from a suburban archetype to a leading edge urban city, planning and building commissioner Ed Sajecki will step down from his position in April. NRU sat ...

  • to post 2 jan 19
    CROSSTOWN PUBLIC ART ANNOUNCED
    January 19, 2018, Comments Off

    The 19-kilometre Eglinton Crosstown LRT, opening in 2021, will include 25 stations and stops. At six of those stations—Mount Dennis, Caledonia, Cedarvale, Eglinton, Science Centre, Kennedy—public art elements will be ...

  • to post 1 jan 19
    STUDENT HOUSING PROPOSALS
    January 19, 2018, Comments Off

    In a four-day competition of creativity, Ryerson students were asked to design innovative ways to increase the quality and quantity of student housing on the downtown Toronto campus. To read ...