January 18, 2018

Articles by Farrah Khaled

Two Lanes, One Track: Harbord Makes Way for Bi-Directional Bike Path

By Farrah Khaled | July 11th, 2013
The city plans to construct a two-way bike lane on Harbord, but do we need it? Read More

Would You Ride a Ferry From Niagara to Downtown Toronto?

By Farrah Khaled | July 8th, 2013
Former city councillor pitches idea to reduce city traffic, take advantage of the open watersRead More

Do Make Say Think: What We're Doing This Weekend (July 5-7)

By Farrah Khaled | July 5th, 2013
Rain or shine: we're going fishing, to food fests and a flea marketRead More

Would You Buy a Ticket Without Knowing What Movie You Were Going to See?

By Farrah Khaled | July 4th, 2013
'The Hidden Film Festival' isn't promoting their films at all... on purposeRead More

Could GO Trains Transmit Ads Into Our Brains With Vibrating, Talking Windows?

By Farrah Khaled | July 2nd, 2013
Ad agency presents 'The Talking Window': vibrating glass whispers corporate messages into your earRead More

LOOK: What Toronto's City-Wide Bike Path Could Look Like

By Farrah Khaled | July 2nd, 2013
The city considers a winding path to bridge the divide between Toronto suburbs and downtown core for the 2015 Pan Am GamesRead More
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