WHAT: Spacing spring 2014 release party & Jane Jacobs Prize ceremony WHEN: Friday, March 28th, 2014 TIME: Jane Jacobs Prize ceremony: 5:30pm-7pm / release party: 7pm-12am WHERE: 918 Bathurst Centre (918 Bathurst St., 1 block north of Bloor) COST: free (mags $9) RSVP: Optional to RSVP to our Facebook event listing The upcoming issue of […]
Authors: G. Z. Brown, Mark DeKay (Wiley, 2014) As the complexity of buildings has increased over the past decades, issues around energy-conscious architecture and urbanism have turned to focus dominantly on elements such as high-performance “active” mechanical/electrical systems, and building envelope. This is in large part due to the fact that, for better or worse, designers […]
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Without question, last week’s vote on the ranked-ballot bill proposed by Scarborough Liberal MPP Mitzi Hunter represented a huge victory for the reformers at RaBIT Toronto, who have succeeded in racking up an impressive series of wins for a game-changing improvement to local politics. Yet I’m concerned that the obvious stage-management around the tabling of […]
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POLITICS Toronto city hall aide Sheila Paxton faces federal lawsuit seeking $330,000 [Toronto Star] Olivia Chow continues to play coy on mayoral bid at event, despite Rob Ford shadowing her with his campaign [National Post] Bill 166? What is that and how could it change Toronto elections forever? [National Post] TORONTO’S BIRTHDAY Toronto is 180 years old. Where’s […]
POLITICS Olivia Chow expected to file for mayoral run by St. Patrick’s Day: report [National Post] OPP take control of investigation into Mayor Rob Ford [Globe & Mail] Cop who led Russell Williams case tapped to oversee Ford probe [Toronto Sun] Rob Ford friend Sandro Lisi has long history of violence, threats and dirty tricks [Toronto Star] Why a […]