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Bloor West Village - Tanja Tiziana
Bloor West Village typifies why Toronto is known as a city of neighbourhoods: far from the central core, the neighbourhood has a small town feel complete with a busy main street, Bloor, that has just the right mix of services and shops. It's also a very family oriented neighbourhood and the strollers will be out in force by day. The neighbourhood is bookended by High Park in the east and the Humber Valley in the west where riverside trails lead south to the lake or north through the wooded ravine. The residential areas to the north and south have a solid stock of early twentieth century housing.
Bloor West Village Features
The Akiwenzie family's sustainable fishing future
Wednesday, August 14, 2013
The Akiwenzies have sold sustainably caught fish at farmers' markets in Toronto since 2006, but their future is uncertain. They worry an extension allowing communities to fish in their Reserve bays will disrupt fish levels and hurt their eco-friendly business.
Youth chart new territory with Charlie's FreeWheels photography exhibit
Sarah B. Hood
Wednesday, January 16, 2013
Wheels are turning: Celebrating this week's theme on the power of play,
follows-up with Charlie's FreeWheels to discover how the not-for-profit continues to help neighbourhood kids develop leadership and community-building skills through bike building initiatives. Now, the teenagers are ready to debut their first curated photography exhibit at UrbanSpace Gallery.
Q&A with TABIA's John Kiru on Toronto's Best Export: the BIA
Wednesday, June 09, 2010
Toronto's Bloor West Village Business Improvement Area recently celebrated its 40th anniversary. A world's first in 1970, BIAs have since spread across the city, country and around the world. The Toronto Association of Business Improvement Areas' John Kiru explains how the idea started and spread.
Old fashioned glamour on the Bloor West runway
Wednesday, February 03, 2010
Lola & Gigi is changing the way we think about fashion and weight while serving a style-savvy niche market.
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Traffic lights getting resynched across the city
One Old Mill begins construction in upscale Etobicoke 'hood as sister building nears ground-breaking
Green Toronto Awards nominations now open
12-storey, 270-unit condo to launch next month in Bloor West Village
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Local retailer wins at first ever Canada Post E-commerce Innovation awards
100km Foods among six Toronto companies to get local food funding
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Highlights from TEDxToronto
Leaders in the 'locavore' movement
Source: The New York Times
Best new fashion stores in Toronto, 2009
Source: Blog TO
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