In this issue
Active leisure is more important than ever, so why are we making it so hard to just go out and play?
Ontario Place designer Eric McMillan invented the ball pit, built the epicentre of kid-life for a generation of Torontonians and, for a brief moment, promised to revolutionize the way we play.
Our intrepid beach correspondent swims his way across the city over one week to answer the question: what is Toronto beach culture?
When the parking lot gates were shut ten years ago, Rowntree Mills Park became an urban wilderness. The fight to reopen it has divided a community and raises the question: how public is a public park?
How a small group of parks and rec staff called "parks ambassadors" became unlikely mediators in the growing battles over the city’s public space.
In this issue
A bird’s-eye view of Toronto in 2019 reveals a city where geography is destiny and a person’s postal code can be as telling as their medical chart.
It’s time to talk about Toronto’s health care deserts.
Life in a neighbourhood where death comes too often and too early.
A quiet dinner while watching Netflix. A sit-down meal with a chosen family. Portraits of dinnertime across the city.
Personal support workers are the backbone of the health care system. Why are they quitting to work in factories and at Tim Horton’s?