Stollery's is going but Toronto should do more to save its heritage (Globe & Mail)

...since the 1960s. In those days, “urban renewal” meant levelling blocks and building isolated new towers; local urbanists and activists, including Jane Jacobs herself, developed a different approach that preserved older buildings and, especially, streetscapes. Take York Square, a retail complex on Avenue Road in Yorkville.

Read the full article in The Globe and Mail HERE.