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Jay Wall
Principal & Creative Director, RallyRally – Design for Social Change • Vanguard fellow • cities, politics, social justice, design 🚲
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DTAH Jan 21
Stop by our studio at 50 Park Road to see the window installation Context, up now until Jan 26!
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Stefan Hostetter Jan 21
We’re launching ! Huge congrats to , , and for bringing such an incredible group of folks into the room and into the program. This gives me hope.
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FCM Jan 14
With the right tools, cities & communities can achieve deep reductions. See FCM's recommendations on how local leaders can protect Canadians from new weather extremes 👉
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Jay Wall Jan 21
Replying to @dbuckleyborden
Congrats, David! I love your "Environmental Revolution" flag series. My firm RallyRally is currently working with Agency in Mecklenburg County – perhaps we'll cross paths?
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Progress Toronto Jan 19
Petition & Thread: Toronto City Council is voting soon on starting a Vacant Homes Tax in Toronto. It’s one of many tools they can use to address our housing crisis and it can generate needed revenue for the city. Find out more & sign the petition here:
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PROCESS Jan 13
WE ARE HIRING! This month we are celebrating our 1 yr anniversary! It’s been a great year. As we reach this milestone, we are excited to announce we are hiring a junior planner/strategist to join our team. Check out the posting here:
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Jennifer Keesmaat Jan 20
All eyes on Montreal, please: developers will be required by law to set aside 20% of new housing units for social housing, 20% for affordable housing, and 10 to 20% for family-size units, or pay the city compensation in land or cash.
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Janet Davis Jan 19
Thank you for highlighting this amazing institution that so many call their second home. via
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Jay Wall Jan 19
Nice little feature on my inspiring uncle-in-law, of 🙌
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Chris Michael Jan 16
The case for ... designing cities around the needs of children
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Guardian Cities Jan 14
The case for ... making low-tech 'dumb' cities instead of 'smart' ones
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Zero Vision Toronto Jan 18
A fatal hit and run left his son without a father. Now the family of a Toronto man is speaking out.
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Joe Heim Jan 17
National Archives blurs images critical of President Trump in a photo of the 2017 Women's March. The photo welcomes visitors to exhibit on 100th anniversary of women's suffrage. Also blurred out in photo are signs that reference women's anatomy.
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Spacing Jan 16
A Christie Blatchford column from '79 — 40 years ago! — in complaining about Bike to Work week. "Most cyclists are either academics — students or teachers — or unemployed. Certainly there are not many other cyclists in other professions, and few in business."
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Jay Wall Jan 16
Replying to @Spacing @TorontoStar
"People who ride bikes often make poor parents." 🤣
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Jay Wall Jan 16
Replying to @g_meslin @UrbanspaceTO
Great idea. Could we start with a top-10 exhibition at the Gallery in 401 Richmond?
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Jay Wall Jan 16
Great to see these plans for expansion of even further beyond downtown Toronto, including adding e-bikes to the fleet. Both moves are important for mobility equity in our city, but also need to come with protected cycling infrastructure. 🚲
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Amelia Clarke Jan 14
This is worth reading. Prof. Mikkelson has resigned from over the Board's decision not to divest from fossil fuel companies. News article also notes , & 's positive divestment commitments.
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Jennifer Pagliaro Jan 14
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National Post Jan 11
The National Post's front page for Jan. 11, 2020
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