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Siri Agrell

Siri Agrell

Siri Agrell

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Toronto based writer of all things city related.

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Review
The Campaign: almost as absurd as the real thing
Warner Bros.
Toronto’s Underpass Park aims to turn neglected space into community hub
The Globe and Mail
Versailles
The house that tapped out a billionaire
The Associated Press
politics
Rob Ford’s new ride: It’s a car, not a window to the soul
The Globe and Mail
Canada
Prosperity allows Edmonton to chart a clean, green future
For The Globe and Mail
Call tech support: Doug Ford turns to IBM problem solver for municipal tips
The Globe and Mail
The digital city: IBM’s Guru Banavar on traffic, politics and Toronto
Canada
Canadian projects named on global list for innovation in urban infrastructure
budget deficits
U.S. municipal bankruptcy is ‘trendy’ but likely not catching
AP
TELEVISION
How Jimmy Fallon became TV’s must-watch music destination
AP
‘Civil war’ designation opens Assad to possible war crimes charges
Reuters
Q&A
New advocacy council seeks to widen debate on transit in Hamilton and GTA
The Globe and Mail
Canada
For cash-strapped cities, crowdfunding comes to the rescue
FOR THE GLOBE AND MAIL
Canada
Canadian cities trying to redefine what it means to be an urban planner
Five steps to making something as fantastical as OneCity actually fly
The Globe and Mail
Q&A
Joshna Maharaj: chef, activist
Jennifer Roberts for The Globe and Mail
Q&A
Robert Hammond: Executive director, Friends of the High Line
Robert Hammond on the High Line
Q&A
Gordon Pinsent: actor
Canadian actor Gordon Pinsent playing scrabble at his home in Toronto.
q&a
Will Arnett: actor and comedian
Will Arnett, best known for his role as G.O.B. on Arrested Development
Q&A
Ann Webb: curator, festival founder
Ann Webb, the Founder of the Reel Artists Film Festival