Supporting the Structures of the City

With such a large population, Toronto has grown into the most dense and diverse city in Canada – full of various cultures and creative individuals. Toronto continues to lead as the financial and industrial core and has also progressed its urban landscape – continuing to shape the city around the iconic forefront of the CN[…]

Saving Art Deco in Toronto

Slightly hidden from view by the construction walls that encircle it, an abandoned warehouse stands at the corner of Bathurst Street and Lakeshore Boulevard West. Known as Loblaw Groceterias, it was built in 1928 to house the consolidated headquarters of the present-day grocer giant. But unlike its predecessors, it appears wholly neglected with many broken[…]

Every Diamond Starts as Coal

  In a city as big as Toronto, one can easily live their life without really knowing what’s on the other side of the tracks. Over the years, Toronto has grown and adjusted to your busy schedule and a higher standard of living. Everything you need is now in close proximity to where you are,[…]

High Cost of Commuting in Toronto

Photo by Dax Donnelly Most Torontonians commute in some form or another, it’s a necessity. Some may be lucky enough to walk to school or work, but most bike, drive, subway, streetcar, or even Uber. And what all these people have in common is typically the frustration of commuting in a city so large that[…]

Humber Lakeshore Reaches Development Milestone

    If you have ever stumbled to the west end of the city, you have probably witnessed the serene beauty of Humber College campus. Surrounded by trees and abundant in secret paths and walking trails that lead to the shores of Lake Ontario, the campus grounds provide the perfect small-town-school experience. With majority of[…]