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The End Of An Era: #JanesWalkOWTC


Note: Hi guys! Sorry for the radio silence on the blog these past two months or so- Sarach and I have been really busy with school and work, so it’s been difficult to sit down and write, let alone find cool things to write about. 830 more words


Concept plans unveiled for Sixo Midtown development by Zehr group

If you were on the Jane’s Walk hosted by Dawn Parker, Wayne Miedema and our Ward 10 Councilor Sarah Marsh, you would recall the walk started with a conversation with Zac Zehr about their development on King Street West between Wellington and Victoria. 131 more words

Around The Neighbourhood

Exploring CSL history, from farmland to a modern suburb

Jane’s Walk is a series of free neighbourhood walking tours that helps put people in touch with their environment and with each other, by bridging social and geographic gaps and creating a space for cities to discover themselves. 1,356 more words


Jane's Walk

Let’s go for a walk! Join Jane’s Walk on Saturday, May 13 from 8:30 am to noon to explore the past and future of the dynamic Ortigas neighborhood. 256 more words

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“Cities have the capability of providing something for everybody, only because, and only when, they are created by everybody.” – Jane Jacobs

Last weekend groups of citizens in cities across the globe gathered to participate in organized walking tours in honour of Jane Jacobs. 533 more words


We learned this information on one of the Saturday Jane’s Walks about development & change in midtown… and here it is, in print, from The Record. 92 more words

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East Harlem Jane's Walk 2017 (Part I)

This past weekend marked an extraordinary event in New York City and more than 200 other cities around the world: Jane’s Walk. Jane’s Walk is named after Jane Jacobs, a journalist and urban activist who pushed city governments to include local residents in decisions regarding neighborhood development. 1,085 more words

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