Who could possibly be against doing something that would be both good for the environment and improve housing affordability in our biggest cities? By turning public land devoted to noisy, dangerous and polluting vehicles into social/co-op/rental housing it is possible to put a dent into runaway climate change while improving housing affordability and urbanity. Radio... Continue Reading →
Toronto has too much ‘public’ space, not too little
Does Toronto have too little or too much public space? Depends on what the “public” space is used for. This seems such an obvious answer but one of Toronto’s best urban affairs writers can’t seem to separate the private cars from the public space they destroy. In an otherwise excellent defence of the square where... Continue Reading →
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