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Queen/King West

The Queen and King corridors extend parallel and west out of the financial and entertainment districts. King Street West has evolved into one of Toronto's newest neighbourhoods as tens of thousands of people have moved into the area (that extends south to Fort York) in the last decade. Liberty Village, south of King between the fort and Dufferin has long been another of Toronto's creative clusters that is adding new condominium and townhouse developments each year. To the north, Queen Street West represents the artier side of the creative class. The street has been synonymous with Toronto's art scene since the 1970s and today a walk from Spadina to the Gladstone Hotel passes by many dozens of galleries and some of the city's most interesting independent retail.


Craig Wong of Patois.

Toronto's blossoming fusion food scene puts the world on your plate in a whole new way

From Jamaican-Italian to Thai perogies, meet the city's latest restaurant craze.

Adrian Kostic, CEO of VIV, a dating app that connects people with businesses.

Designing Digital Main Street

How Toronto is partnering with local businesses, technologists and designers to create a digital city on top of the analogue one.

CKX participants pieced together strategies around sharing community knowledge like you'd piece toge

Pioneering new ways of measuring a city's success

The inaugural CKX Summit explored how open data and collaboration can transform communities.

Kelli Korducki

Letter from the editor

Letter from Yonge Street's new Managing Editor. 

Tony Mammoliti of YNOT Cycle.

The return to making and the rise of urban manufacturing in Toronto

Toronto is getting its manufacturing groove back. We take a look at the contemporary companies making manufacturing, and locally made goods and products, a priority. 
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