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I know we all love to complain about the lack of an European-style cycling infrastructure in Toronto but I have to say, it’s such a good cycling city. We seldom have to take the TTC from now until november as … Continue reading
CBC News just mentioned that 10 years ago SARS hit Toronto. That means that it’s been 10 years since we came to Toronto to look for an apartment. We came to the city amidst the worldwide panic over the disease. … Continue reading
It started spontaneously. On Monday morning, a few hours after his death was announced, someone scribbled “Thanks Jack” with orange chalk on Nathan Philips Square. By the next day the tribute to the former city councillor who took the NDP … Continue reading
One of the things I love about Toronto is the streetcars. Not sure why I like them better than other forms of public transit, but I do. Today one of them derailed at a very busy intersection.
Evenings come later and yesterday I went out on my bike for the first time in months. It was an unseasonal 15 C today and the joy in the air was contagious. The sunsets are more beautiful than usual.
Coming back from the farmers’ market with paniers full of fruits & veggies. Notice the beautiful basil plant hanging from the basket…
It’s a Canadian reality that if you are not from Toronto or don’t live here, odds are you hate this city. A similar situation can be found in most countries. New York, Madrid, Paris, London, São Paulo, are all the … Continue reading
The Toronto Bicycling Network is a volunteer run cycling club that organizes hundreds of events throughout the year. Among their many activities are sociable, evening rides, in which people simply meet and a designated spot and head off for a … Continue reading
I had heard much about Dark Horse Espresso Bar, so when Alan and I found ourselves with a little over an hour to kill last Saturday and with a transit pass on hand, I suggested we hop on the Queen … Continue reading