Articles Archive for October 2007
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By Adam Chaleff-Freudenthaler, Spacing Toronto
Last updated: 12:25AM, Tuesday, October 23.
Today Toronto City Council will be debating and voting on a land transfer tax and vehicle registration fee. The debate promises to be a spirited one and given what’s on the line, it’s safe to say that there will be plenty of fireworks to see.
I encourage people to go down to City Hall in person to see Council at work but for those who have daytime obligations, you can also follow along online.
I’ll also provide …
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Giant Outstallation Art, Video »
Blue P E A C E letters at 3:57 mark by HiMY SYeD
Anti-War Actions in Toronto and Ottawa, Canada
September 2002 – April 2003
The 25-minute video features a chronological series of over ten clips from peace demonstrations including Toronto’s contribution to the massive February 15th event, part of the largest coordinated international mobilization in history, and One Big No, the largest political arts event in Toronto in two decades.
The video includes exclusive footage of such prominent individuals as Canadian musician Sarah Harmer, MuchMusic …
By Tatiana, blogTO
What: The Human River Walk
When: 21 October, 12:30 – 6:00 p.m.
Where: starts at Christie Pitts Park, ends at Fort York
Do you have any blue items in your wardrobe? I hope you do, because they might come in handy this Sunday if you plan to join the Human River Walk organized by the Toronto Public Space Committee. The walk follows the path of the Garrison Creek, Toronto’s largest buried river, bringing the stream back to life, if only for one afternoon. The …
tags »BlogTO • Blue Barracks • Buried River • Christie Pits Park • College Street • Crawford Street • Crawford Street Bridge • Creek • Development • Drinking Water • Dundas Street West • Environment • Fort York • Garrison Creek • Human River Walk • public space • Ravine • Salmon Fishing • Stormwater • Storytelling • Stroll • Toronto Public Space Committee • TPSC