Daniel Rotsztain is the Urban Geographer, an artist, writer, cartographer whose work examines our relationship to the places we inhabit. A frequenter of libraries, malls, and strip malls, his projects seek to understand and support the social life of the city.
In a ward spanning the inner suburbs and the inner city, a new crop of candidates try to go beyond the right-left political narrative.
Fights around Toronto’s unofficial music venues reveal a stark reality—there is noise this city values, and noise it doesn’t.
The ferry is empty. Beavers and mallards rustle through the bush. Without visitors, life on the Toronto Island is quiet and peaceful. It all feels terribly wrong.