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CALL TO REVELRY
Trumping traffic at Boor and Clinton during the annual Bells On Bloor bike ride, Saturday, June 2, 2:21 pm. More pics of the free-wheelin' fun here.
FUN WITH FORD
After the deluge that flooded Union Station Friday, June 5, shutting down rush hour TTC service for more than five hours, an outpouring of images of the mayor soaking up the watery fun hit Facebook. This one made a really big splash. By David Correia.
Indigenous and farming communities in Ecuador's Amazon region have filed suit against oil giant Chevron in Canadian court after the company, environmental groups say, refused to comply with the $18 billion award handed down by an Ecuadorian judge earlier this year. For Canuck eco groups, the suit is an opportunity, says John Bennett of the Sierra Club, for Canadian courts to rehab Canada's tarnished eco rep internationally.
What Pedestrian promenade and off-road Martin Goodman Trail redo
Why Part of the revitalization of Queens Quay between Lower Spadina and Bay now under way, including a new streetcar corridor along the waterfront's main drag
When Planned for completion in spring 2015
Equal Before The Law, Eldon Garnet's latest public art fixture, at the McMurtry Gardens of Justice between Osgoode Hall and City Hall, unveiled Wednesday, May 30.
Decline in plastic bag use annually in Toronto, from 457 million to 215 million, since council adopted the 5¢ plastic bag fee in 2008. Sea turtles, whales and dolphins thank you.