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Blogs on "City"

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Realia is about finding stories and inspiration in a big city. I believe th...

Blog Posts on City

House of the week: 24 Old Forest Hill Road by BlogTO on Oct 14, 2013 in , CityHere's a post-Thanksgiving treat (giblet?): a house so expensive that almost no one will be able to afford it, unless you're Ted Rogers or Nelly Furtado (both own on this street) or Barrick Gold chairman and founder Peter Munk, the owner of this plac...



New map charts Toronto neighbourhoods by stereotype by BlogTO on Oct 14, 2013 in , CityToronto neighbourhood maps are nothing new. Ownership of Ork's Toronto map is virtually compulsory for young urban geeks, while Dave Murray's word cloud versions remain popular with the DIY fans. We even have a more practical set of offerings for tho...



That time Canada's "birdman" crashed in Toronto by BlogTO on Oct 11, 2013 in , CityJohn Alexander Douglas McCurdy - J.A.D. for short - was Canada's first licensed airman and the first person in the British Commonwealth to make a controlled ascent in a powered flying machine. At age 25, in 1911, the fearless Nova Scotian became...



That time when CKEY/590 was Toronto AM gold by BlogTO on Oct 10, 2013 in , CityMuch like the music you hear played on them, radio formats are notoriously fickle and prone to constant change. For example, rising star Indie88 might feel as if it's been with us forever, but is barely a few months old. Now occupying the 88.1 MHz fr...



City of Toronto tells Captain John to ship out by BlogTO on Oct 10, 2013 in , CityToronto city council says "Captain John" Letnik must abandon ship over failure to pay more than a million dollars in back taxes, fees and other arrears. City council voted to turf Letnik, whose real name is Ivan, from the MS Jadran and seize the ves...



The photos of the week: October 5-11 by BlogTO on Oct 10, 2013 in , CityThe photos of the week collect each of the editor-selected photos of the day into one post for a contest to be decided by our readers. Sponsored by Posterjack, the photographer whose image receives the most votes will be awarded with a voucher code f...



This is what Eglinton Avenue could look like in 10 years by BlogTO on Oct 9, 2013 in , CityThe City of Toronto is honing its vision for Eglinton Avenue in the age of the LRT. When the $4 billion Eglinton-Crosstown opens in 2020, the city hopes to weave its new rapid transit links with development around major intersections, beautification...



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