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Interested in Learning about Hamilton? Join a Jane's Walk!

Why take a normal walk around Hamilton when you could take a Jane’s Walk?! Jane’s Walks are free, locally organized walking tours that occur in various cities in Ontario. 137 more words

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My First Jane's Walk - Malton

Jane’s Walk was named after the late urbanist Jane Jacobs, who passed away in 2006. Since then, this non profit organization is dedicated to her memory of walkable urban spaces and that cities should be built and developed to foster people. 1,342 more words

Spring blooms in the cold

This week, something different.
But first, about last week:

We had to get back to the garden. Allan Gardens greenhouses, that is. Not a single leaf or blossom disappointed. 435 more words

West End YMCA

Upcoming Local Environmental Events

Spring has sprung and even though it doesn’t feel like spring, there are a number of community events taking place. These include clean-up events (one of which will be profiled in an upcoming blog), an eco-film festival, events hosted by the city’s Sustainable Development Committee and Burlington Cycling Committee and more. 523 more words

Take Action Burlington

Jane Jacobs: City Planning Visionary

By: Brooke Downey

Jane Jacobs (1916-2006) was a pivotal figure in reducing the gap between planning the city and living in the city. This idea was a core point in her most famous work, The Death and Life of Great American Cities (1961). 172 more words

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Jane's Walk: The Urban Legends of West Queen West

This post first appeared on the Koffler Gallery’s K-Blog, and was collaboratively written by myself, Mary Anderson, Mariah Hamilton and Jessica Dargo-Caplan. All photos by Mary Anderson.  667 more words

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Jane's Walk: Public Art Toronto

My fellow Jane walkers, Toronto.

My sister, Sona, Toronto.

Flat-iron building, Toronto.

Waterfall, Derek Besant, Toronto.

St. Lawrence Market, Toronto.

Tembo – mother of elephants, Toronto. 1,150 more words

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