Tag: Toronto

Update on Stopping Graphic Images used by Canadian Centre for Bio-Ethical Reform

Last year the Canadian Centre for Bio-Ethical Reform (CCBR) started a summer campaign that used very graphic images to attack the right of women to reproductive choice. Their summer interns dropped flyers door to door and they also demonstrated with large signs on street corners across the City. They are back again this summer. We… Read more »


June 12, 2018 (Toronto, Ontario) – Heritage Toronto is pleased to announce the launch of the Dundas + Carlaw Heritage Plaque District. Comprising ten plaques and a self-guided tour, the area is the first in Toronto to be comprehensively interpreted by the Plaques and Public Education Program. 5,000 tour brochures will be distributed throughout the… Read more »

Car2Go’s departure from Toronto was a long time coming

May 30, 2018 By David Nickle, Toronto.com If I was still driving Car2Go cars like I used to, I imagine that I’d be upset as any car-share enthusiast at the company’s announced departure. The tiny two-seat Smart cars amounted to a much more affordable alternative to taxis when I was running late: I could grab… Read more »