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Holiday lights along Cumberland St in Yorkville.
New wing of the MaRS Innovation Centre almost complete.
Puente de Luz & the Front Street rail corridor.
Autumn sunset over the Rogers Centre.
Glowing bar lights on Queen West.
The business of beautiful: Gardens in the sky
Wednesday, November 27, 2013
A new program called Garden Connections uses design technology to imagine and demonstrate what gardens could look like on condominiums, all before lifting a shovel. The technology beautifies floorplans and could have huge sway on how buyers purchase condos.
Welcome to the era of contextually intelligent cities
Wednesday, November 27, 2013
Hossein Rahnama is the brain behind Flybits, an award winning Ryerson-based company that is changing the way we communicate with our cities—and how our cities communicate with us. Context-aware computing may sound futuristic, but it's already here.
Cleantech and healthcare: two sectors leading exponential technology growth in Toronto
Wednesday, October 30, 2013
Faster computing and cheaper product development has created a booming culture of innovation in Toronto. This two part series takes a look at four sectors leading the way, starting with healthcare and cleantech.
Vital Signs report paints a new portrait of Toronto's growing population
Wednesday, October 02, 2013
The 2013 Vital Signs report indicates a city in rapid transition, bringing with it a new realm of opportunities and challenges. We summarize some of the findings in the first of many features dedicated to breaking down the issues outlined in the Vital Signs report.
Should Toronto burn its trash?
Wednesday, August 14, 2013
Toronto refuses to incinerate its waste, though nearby Peel Region has been doing it for years and York Region is now stepping on board. Is it time for the city to revisit its stance on incinerators?
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