Happy Thursday and welcome back to another roundup of the going-ons in the art and architecture worlds. As the mercury rises, so too have the stories about parks, as these vital public gathering spaces prepare (or don’t) for summer.
Here’s what you need to know today:
Toronto’s public parks didn’t weather the pandemic too well
Even as temperatures soar and Torontonians flock to the parks, public amenities like bathrooms and water fountains remain shuttered as the government scrambles to catch up. Another victim of the current austerity budget is Toronto Island Park, which is seeing longer ferry lines than ever as capacity was cut during COVID, and plans to replace the
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