a thing going around Instagram where you post a collage of your top nine photos from 2017, ranked by likes. Here’s mine:
As determined by 2017bestnine.
Maybe not surprisingly, there wasn’t much overlap with what
I considered my best photos! I couldn’t quite narrow them down to nine, but here they are, in chronological order. Continue reading Spiders of Toronto: #2017bestnine
This month Council will pass the rate-based (water, waste, and parking) budgets. Also on
the agenda: Rail Deck Park, SmartTrack, taking action against anti-Black racism, AirBnB regulations, and more.
Continue reading The Cheat Sheet: December 2017 City Council
Since the last regular Council meeting,
Council narrowly voted to appoint a Tory supporter to replace late councillor Pam McConnell; Waterfront Toronto announced its partnership with Alphabet’s Sidewalk Labs; and City Manager Peter Wallace frankly discussed Toronto’s possible futures in an annual address.
On this meeting’s
agenda: the Bloor bike lanes; a Parks and Rec master plan; Metrolinx fare integration; the George Street Revitalization; and more.
Continue reading The Cheat Sheet: November 2017 City Council
If you follow
my Instagram you’ll see that I spend most of my spider-watching time on the western waterfront. There’s an abundance of diverse spider habitats all along the Martin Goodman Trail, but there are several parks that are worth dedicated visits. Here’s a tour…
Continue reading Spiders of the Western Waterfront