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Concrete Toronto Music

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Toronto indie and contemporary musicians get brutalist on iconic city buildings Sunday June 1 2-5pm Ontario Science Centre 770 Don Mills Rd *Free with admission to OSC Or purchase tickets: $20 regular/15$ member INCLUDING SCHOOL BUS RIDE from Music Gallery (meet at 12:45pm) Advance tickets available at: http://www.ticketweb.ca More info: http://www.musicgallery.org Presented by the Music Gallery as part of the...

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Preparing for Toronto the Good party

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...phone number and have that text projected onto the wall within a few seconds (see photo below). The messages can be provocative, poetic, and, um, immature. Of course, things get a little silly the later the night goes, thanks to the wine and the folks from Mill Street Brewery. We are now preparing for the 2009 edition of Toronto The...

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Celebrating community-led design with Gordonridge

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...post-war apartment complex which is home to more than 800 households. Post-war neighbourhoods can sometimes offer disconnected car-centric, sprawling design. By contrast, Gordonridge’s “town square” is its collection of community-led initiatives: over the years, Gordonridge residents have built an apiary, community garden, market garden, and fruit orchard. The multi-sport court is designed to be the hub that connects these spokes,...

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United Way AGM: Graeme Stewart’s Keynote Address

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On Thursday, June 21, ERA’s Graeme Stewart addressed United Way’s AGM as keynote speaker. In 2010, ERA and CUG+R published Tower Neighbourhood Renewal in the Greater Golden Horseshoe, which looks at a broad range of historical trends, planning issues, sustainability concerns, social needs, and opportunity for renewal in and around Toronto’s tower block neighbourhoods. In 2011, United Way published Vertical...

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The 34th Annual Heritage Toronto Awards

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We are pleased to announce that the Heritage Toronto Board has selected the following ERA projects as finalists in the upcoming 34th Annual Heritage Toronto Awards. Wesley Building at 299 Queen Street West (William Greer Architectural Conservation & Craftsmanship Award) Regal Road Public School Portico (William Greer Architectural Conservation & Craftsmanship Award) Concrete Toronto: A Guide Book to Concrete Architecture...

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34th Annual Heritage Toronto Awards

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On Monday October 27th, ERA Architects Inc. received an Award of Excellence for the Wesley Building (299 Queen Street West). ERA also received an honourable mention for the Regal Road School Portico project. Concrete Toronto received an Award of Excellence in the book category. Scott Weir was honoured with an Award of Merit for his “What Lies Beneath” series, that...

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Three New Principals and Expanding Leadership at ERA

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...of experience, Jan has worked on a large number of projects including the McGill New Vic Project in Montreal, the Senate of Canada in Ottawa (formerly Ottawa’s Union Station), Ilot Bonsecours in Old Montréal and a number of heritage studies for the Société québécoise des infrastructures.   Ya’el is a practice lead at ERA in Toronto who specializes in affordable...

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Attend Ryerson Planning Expo, March 23

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...Spearn, Chief Development Officer, Toronto Community Housing Corporation; City of Toronto Councillor Kristyn Wong-Tam, Michael Shapcott, Director of Affordable Housing and Social Innovation at the Wellesley Institute, and many others. Ryerson is making a number of tickets available to students from other institutions as well as members of the public. To attend, please register for the event. See you there!...

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Ward Cabaret

The Ward Cabaret: The sound of Toronto’s first cross-cultural community

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...the west, Queen to south, and College to the north, was Toronto’s earliest significant immigrant enclave, from the late 19th to the mid 20th century. With Jewish, Irish, Italian, Chinese, African, and a number of other cultures living side by side in great density, the Ward has incredibly rich cultural stories for Toronto. Many of these overlooked stories are captured...

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The Ward: A new book, UPDATE

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...the finest contemporary Canadian writers with practitioners from digital media and other art forms. Tickets for the festival are available online through Eventbrite. May 7, 6:30pm – The festival begins with an Opening Pub Night celebrating contemporary cultural production. Location: CSI Annex 720 Bathurst St., Toronto. May 10, 7:00pm – 9:00pm – Hosted by Gerry Flahive, the closing panel of...

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Celebrating the Upcoming Heritage Toronto Awards

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...held at Koerner Hall on October 13, 2015, please purchase tickets here, call (416) 408-0208, or visit the Royal Conservatory box office. To learn more about this year’s nominees, please read: “Nominees for Heritage Toronto Awards Architecture category released,” via Canadian Architect. “Heritage Toronto Architecture Award Nominees Announced,” via Urban Toronto. “Heritage Toronto to honour best conservation, craftsmanship efforts,” via...

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Toronto the Good 2010 _ Intinerary

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...7:30pm Tour of 2nd Floor York Quay Centre by Tim Scott – Natale and Scott Architects * Spaces are limited Free 7:15 – 7:45pm Architecture at York Quay Centre ERA/Du Toit Architects Ltd/Public Workshop Exhibitor talk for Community Centred Exhibit Free 7:30 to 8:30pm Authors at Harbourfront series, featuring presentations from: Margaret and Phil Goodfellow A Guidebook to Contemporary Modern...

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