I became involved in Sidewalk Labs in 2015 —before there was any idea of the project coming to Toronto. I participated in a think tank in New York that was made up of urbanists and technologists who came together to brainstorm and explore the potential of new technology to make city life better.
Pindigen Park Highlights Indigenous Culture and Heritage
The NCC is continually working to improve infrastructure throughout Canada’s Capital Region to ensure the safety of all users: pedestrians, cyclists and motorists.
Parking Lot Relocation and Landscape Design
To protect this heritage building — a historic landmark — and to make it universally accessible for all Canadians to enjoy year-round, several elements will be restored.
The De l’Île Pathway, which had some significant heaving and cracking issues, has been rehabilitated to ensure a safe and stable pathway for all users.
The rehabilitation of the 1.4-kilometre access road to the O’Brien House and Willson House will improve safety, operation and maintenance.