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The Third Rail of Municipal Politics

For urban areas across the country, light rail transit has emerged as something of a miracle cure, able to reduce traffic congestion and lower GHG emissions while increasing mobility and boosting economic development. But it has also…

What’s New is Old Again

On October 17, 2017, it appeared as though the future of city-building had arrived in Toronto. On that day, the Prime Minister, the mayor and then-executive chairman of Alphabet stood side by side to announce a plan to turn a derelict…