Practical back alley or cottage dock? Waterfront debate splits Toronto – Toronto Star


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Practical back alley or cottage dock? Waterfront debate splits Toronto
Toronto Star
In 1852, civil engineer John G. Howard drew a colour map of his plan for the Toronto waterfront. The sketch showed a park stretching from Bathurst to York Sts., awash in green and webbed with footpaths. In his very Victorian way, Howard imagined

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Debate about the Waterfront splits Toronto – MetroNews Canada


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Debate about the Waterfront splits Toronto
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In 1852, civil engineer John G. Howard drew a colour map of his plan for the Toronto waterfront. The sketch showed a park stretching from Bathurst to York Sts., awash in green and webbed with footpaths. In his very Victorian way, Howard imagined

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Practical back alley or cottage dock? Waterfront debate splits … – Toronto Star – Toronto Star


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Practical back alley or cottage dock? Waterfront debate splits Toronto Star
Toronto Star
In 1852, civil engineer John G. Howard drew a colour map of his plan for the Toronto waterfront. The sketch showed a park stretching from Bathurst to York Sts., awash in green and webbed with footpaths. In his very Victorian way, Howard imagined

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Asking the wrong question about Queens Quay redesign: Keenan – Toronto Star


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Asking the wrong question about Queens Quay redesign: Keenan
Toronto Star
… dangerously confused by the redesigned Queens Quay, and suggested some changes to signs and markings were needed to avoid disaster. Most of the notes and calls I got agreed — including the one from Waterfront Toronto, the agency that built the

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TTC streetcars collide near Toronto waterfront – CP24 Toronto’s Breaking News


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TTC streetcars collide near Toronto waterfront
CP24 Toronto’s Breaking News
No one was injured after two streetcars collided at the intersection of Queens Quay West and Spadina Avenue Saturday afternoon. TTC spokesperson Sarah Currie said The 510 Spadina and 509 Harbourfront streetcars turned back for about an hour after two …
Streetcars collide on Queen's QuayCBC.ca
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All-star lineup celebrates band’s 25th anniversary – NOW Magazine


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All-star lineup celebrates band's 25th anniversary
NOW Magazine
If By Divine Right's 25th anniversary show at Harbourfront Centre – featuring nearly all of the two dozen musicians who have ever played in the project – was any indication, the best version of the band is the one with 11-plus members. It took two

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Film series spotlight: Harbourfront Free Flicks – NOW Magazine

Film series spotlight: Harbourfront Free Flicks
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Yep, this is a shameless plug for Harbourfront Free Flicks, screening Wednesdays through September 2 at the WestJet Stage. Organized around the concept of family, the series kicks off with Joel and Ethan Coen's Raising Arizona (July 8) and continues

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Waterfront Toronto shows we can get it right: Keenan – Toronto Star


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Waterfront Toronto shows we can get it right: Keenan
Toronto Star
There's a strain bred into Toronto's character that says we can't have nice things — that we shouldn't have nice things, in fact. It's an old Protestant working-class sensibility, fading slowly but still present, that thinks anything even a little bit

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Canada Day events in Toronto 2015 – blogTO (blog)


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Canada Day events in Toronto 2015
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toronto canada day Canada Day 2015 events in Toronto offer a dose of patriotism and downright fun. If you're on the lookout for some pre-fireworks fun, there's plenty going on around the city. Check out one of the many Canada Day celebrations or head

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Waterfront Toronto shows we can get it right: Keenan – Toronto Star


Toronto Star
Waterfront Toronto shows we can get it right: Keenan
Toronto Star
There's a strain bred into Toronto's character that says we can't have nice things — that we shouldn't have nice things, in fact. It's an old Protestant working-class sensibility, fading slowly but still present, that thinks anything even a little bit

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