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StartUp HERE launch at Shopify

StartUP HERE takes off to support entrepreneurs and share success stories

The City of Toronto launched StartUP HERE Toronto platform to celebrate the rich startup, technology and innovation community  in Toronto and KW and share success stories with the world.


Beyond 150 Collaboration for Change: Featuring Junian Ioffe

In preparation for Canada's sesquicentennial in 2017, we partnered with Deloitte to put forward a challenge and ask graduate students around Canada for ideas and socially innovative solutions for the societal challenges facing Canadians today and in the future. Read the first feature, Beyond 150 Finalist Junian Ioffe Focuses on Access to Clean Water, below.

Elena Yunusov

Letter from the Editor: Elena Yunusov

Road Trip by The Ripple Refugee Project

The Waving Hand Emoji: Connecting with the Abdullah Family

King Edward VII Queen's Park - Adam Bunch

Toronto’s royal statue from the graveyard of the British Empire

Toronto’s statue of King Edward VII isn't from Toronto — it's from India. Today it stands in Queen's Park, but it used to stand outside the ancient Mughal Red Fort in Delhi. 

Toronto Design Offsite 2016 Digital Fabrication Zone 1

Toronto Design Offsite Festival takes design out of the studio and into the streets

Just in time to ward off the winter blues, Toronto Design Offsite Festival (TO DO) descends on the streets and storefronts from January 18 to 24 to celebrate Toronto's design talent.

Fran Deacon

Philanthropists take Toronto's future in their own hands

Under the Gardiner initiative joins Toronto Foundation in a growing cluster of philanthropic efforts and organizations to make Toronto even better. 

A group of young students learn about the land at the Kortright Centre.

Kortright Centre incorporates Aboriginal perspectives into its programming

Located within an Aboriginal archaeological site, the education and demonstration centre factors Indigenous knowledge into its programming. 

YongeTalks Nov 19

Forever Yonge: A Street for the People

How can we keep Yonge Street wacky, weird, and a place for gathering? Our latest #YongeTalks session tackled this very important question. 

Despite its beautiful colouring, the emerald ash borer has been devastating to the region's ash canopy.

Saving the GTA's beetle-ravaged ash wood (creatively!)

How the TRCA is teaming up with local partners to make the most of an environmental invasion. 

George Brown College.

Collaboration for Innovation

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