In this post I take a look at a new Toronto pedestrianization initiative–Open Streets–in light of 1970s attempts to make downtown more walkable.
I asked the authors of the new book Secret Service about the researching and writing of their book.
My fellow Activehistory.ca contributor Sean Graham interviewed me about my work with the Canadian Historical Association’s Graduate Student Committee for his podcast History Slam.
At a public meeting last night developers Rio-Can faced tough question from hundreds of citizens.
This post takes two different looks at the history of a 1970s countercultural commune located in the southern US.
In this post I discuss the long history of people in Kensington Market speaking up about their community’s future.
I am quoted in a Toronto Star article on Rob Ford’s ongoing conflict of interest case.
A post that looks at Rob Ford’s legal troubles in light of past cases of municipal conflict of interest in Canada.
How do we create art about history? Can we make it powerful, relevant, and pedagogical?