Richard Longley

Doors Open 2018 hits highwater mark

This weekend’s Doors Open includes monumental reminders of Toronto’s birth: three filtration plants and pumping stations that show there’s something special about water that inspires architects and engineers

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Changing how we remember war

There are more than 6,000 war memorials in Canada. In Toronto, war history is remembered in styles that run from the imperious, to the modestly sublime, to the deliberately ridiculous.

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Saving Sunshine Valley

East York’s wartime housing stands as an example of a national affordable housing strategy that was both pragmatic and idealistic

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Hidden Toronto

We’ve added to our list of fave secret Toronto places. Among them: a beacon of this city’s industrial past and the wild little cave of Jesus of Manning Street

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