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Does Downtown Toronto Have Enough Green Space to Support its Residents?

Before anyone gets the wrong idea about what the intention of this article is, I want to be clear that what happened at Trinity Bellwoods Park on Saturday was selfish and inexcusable. 680 more words

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Toronto Island Opportunities Study

Back in September of this academic year, I had the opportunity to work as part of a team to create an opportunities study for the Toronto Island that would be submitted and reviewed by the City of Toronto planning staff. 77 more words

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Toronto Island Neighborhood Profile

While often overlooked, the Toronto Island has the potential to be a vital part of Toronto’s park system especially in the downtown core where additional public space is required to meet the increasing population demand. 1,457 more words

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Toronto's Parks and Green Space Lit up

This afternoon I was just messing around in QGIS while doing a mapping assignment for a planning class (which will get posted shortly) and I stumbled across this. 285 more words

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Research Study Update: 3

Hi everyone! In my last research study update we were still half way through digitizing the FASTT time use diaries and I am now happy to say that process was finished about two weeks ago and we are moving on to the next steps in the data entry process. 362 more words

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Evaluating the Accessibility of the new Finch-West LRT Stops

Hi everyone. Finally another post on the blog, sorry for the delay this month I have just been a little busy with the research work, an update for that coming this week, but its nice to have some time to make a couple of maps for an infrastructure project that very literally hits close to home. 521 more words

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