Politics and Public Administration flag Canada portal 6.1 Corporations. 5.1.6 British Environmental policy and administrative management 49.6 63.4 70.9 95.4 122.0 401.3, Modernist apartment towers of St James Town based on Le Corbusier's "towers in the park" concept The postwar years also saw the rise of apartment style housing in the 1960s and 1970s this kind of housing was mostly focused on low to middle income residents Beginning in the 1950s the city bulldozed older lower income neighbourhoods replacing them with housing projects ultimately destroying large sections of Victorian housing the earliest and most notorious example of such projects was Regent Park it replaced a large portion of Cabbagetown with a series of low-rise and high-rise buildings that quickly became crime-ridden and even more depressed than the neighbourhood it replaced in later years similar projects such as Moss Park and Alexandra Park were less disastrous but also far from successful Canada's densest community St James Town was built in this era as a high-rise community of private and public housing in separate towers also replacing a Victorian neighbourhood These patterns changed dramatically beginning in the 1970s and gentrification began transforming once poor neighbourhoods such as Cabbagetown into some of the city's most popular and expensive real estate Outside of the core even new neighbourhoods experienced significant high-rise apartment building construction as builders embraced the "towers in the park" design invented by Le Corbusier the towers were built further from the sidewalk leaving room on the property around the edifice for parking lawns trees and other landscaping They are typically simple brick-clad high-rise buildings with rectangular footprints and little ornamentation other than repeating series of balconies for each apartment However some apartment buildings from this era utilize less conventional designs in the "tower in the park" format such as the Prince Arthur Towers Jane-Exbury Towers and 44 Walmer Road designed by Uno Prii In 1972 the Canadian tax code was radically altered making rental housing much less attractive to investors At the same time deindustrialization opened a number of new areas to residential development the new projects took the form of condominiums This form of housing was introduced in the province's Condominium Act in the 1960s but it was not until the 1980s that condos become very popular An initial condo boom started in 1986 but the market collapsed in the late 1980s and early 1990s recession and many investors were badly mauled In 1995 condo prices were still 30% below the earlier highs. That year a new boom began in Toronto that has continued to this day An unprecedented number of new projects have been built in Toronto in 2000 Condo Life magazine listed 152 separate projects underway within the city of Toronto by 2007 the number of projects in the GTA had reached 247 This development has been concentrated in the downtown core especially in the former industrial areas just outside the central business district the largest such project is CityPlace a cluster of condo towers on former railway lands by the lake shore This $2 billion project will eventually consist of 20 different towers housing some 12,000 people. Transit-oriented developments are also common in Toronto such as at North York Centre and Sheppard East along the namesake subway line and Sheppard West along the subway line's future westward extension Commercial architecture, Toronto Ontario Canada Business directory. . The Normal School on Gould St 1856 The Court of Queen's Bench of New Brunswick: has jurisdiction over family law and major criminal and civil cases and is divided accordingly into two divisions: Family and Trial it also hears administrative tribunals The Probate Court of New Brunswick: has jurisdiction over estates of deceased persons The Provincial Court of New Brunswick: nearly all cases involving the criminal code start here The system consists of eight Judicial Districts loosely based on the counties the Chief Justice of New Brunswick serves at the apex of this court structure Administrative divisions, 12.2 Notes 5 References 2015? 59 27 288 429 Bitchy the Hawk is a female Harris's hawk employed by BMO Field falconry staff to sit perched atop the field to ward off seagulls. Originally brought to work in 2007 to prevent seagulls from attacking patrons the hawk has become a fixture of BMO Field She has also been employed at Budweiser Stage in Ontario Place to the south to prevent seagulls from attacking concert-goers since the 1990s. While no official word has come from the club about her status she has been called the official mascot of the team Rivalries. . .
. Toronto is Canada's largest media market and has four conventional dailies two alt-weeklies and three free commuter papers in a greater metropolitan area of about 6 million inhabitants the Toronto Star and the Toronto Sun are the prominent daily city newspapers while national dailies the Globe and Mail and the National Post are also headquartered in the city the Toronto Star the Globe and Mail and National Post are broadsheet newspapers StarMetro is distributed as free commuter newspapers Several magazines and local newspapers cover Toronto including Now and Toronto Life while numerous magazines are produced in Toronto such as Canadian Business Chatelaine Flare and Maclean's Daily Hive Western Canada's largest online-only publication opened their Toronto office in 2016. Toronto contains the headquarters of the major English-language Canadian television networks CBC CTV Citytv Global the Sports Network (TSN) and Sportsnet Much (formerly MuchMusic) M3 (formerly MuchMore) and MTV Canada are the main music television channels based in the city though they no longer primarily show music videos as a result of channel drift Tourism. Christian Rouge National Urban Park is an urban national park in the GTA it covers the municipalities of Markham Pickering Toronto and Uxbridge The Greater Toronto Area covers an area of 7,125 km2 (2,751 sq mi) the region itself is bordered by Lake Ontario to the south Kawartha Lakes to the east the Niagara Escarpment to the west and Lake Simcoe to the north the region creates a natural ecosystem known as the Greater Toronto Bioregion the Greater Toronto Area forms part of the neck of the Ontario Peninsula Vast parts of the region remain farmland and forests making it one of the distinctive features of the geography of the GTA Most of the urban areas in the GTA holds large urban forest For the most part designated as parkland the ravines are largely undeveloped Rouge Park is also one of the largest nature parks within the core of a metropolitan area. Much of these areas also constitute the Toronto ravine system and a number of conservation areas in the region which are managed by Toronto and Region Conservation Authority the Cheltenham Badlands is an example of environmental degradation due to poor agricultural practice In 2005 the Government of Ontario also passed legislation to prevent urban development and sprawl on environmentally sensitive land in the Greater Toronto Area known as the Greenbelt many of these areas including protected sections of the Oak Ridges Moraine Rouge Park and the Niagara Escarpment. Nevertheless low-density suburban developments continue to be built some on or near ecologically sensitive and protected areas the provincial government has recently attempted to address this issue through the "Places to Grow" legislation passed in 2005 which emphasizes higher-density growth in existing urban centres over the next 25 years Climate, 4 Late 1990s Forge FC Soccer CPL Hamilton Tim Hortons Field Season GP W L OTL Pts GF GA Finish Playoffs In his 1945 book Street Gangs in Toronto: a Study of the Forgotten Boy, Kenneth H Rogers identified the following gangs active at that time in the following areas of the city:. ! 9 Switzerland Geneva Switzerland Hotel des Bergues, 1 United Kingdom London United Kingdom, The Great Lakes Circle Tour and Seaway Trail are designated scenic road systems connecting all of the Great Lakes and the St Lawrence River. As the Seaway Trail is posted on the U.S side only Lake Ontario is the only of the five Great Lakes to have no posted bi-national circle tour In the 1800s there were reports of an alleged creature similar to the so-called Loch Ness Monster being sighted in the lake the creature is described as large with a long neck green in colour and generally causes a break in the surface waves Swims across the lake.