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John Brodhead of Evergreen CityWorks is organizing Toronto's first day of urban action. Dubbed 100 in 1, the event will take place on June 7...

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Dear City 3.0 is a new website that encourages people to comment, rant, explain, applaud and make suggestions about the city they live in.

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A new activity integrated into an old system. The concept game creates playful urban interactions by allowing people to play together while they wait for traffic lights to change.

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