For over 20 years, Executive Director Phil Anderson has helped foster Queen Streets Gallery1313 and kept the spark alive at the unique Parkdale gallery.
In Toronto’s Liberty Village, on the West end of King Street, stands the Allan A. Lamport Stadium. Eternally sunkissed, even in the midst of Ontario’s bitter February, the 9,000-person capacity sports centre is host to a small snack shack, a sprawling parking lot and 20-foot high stadium seats. But underneath the cleat-beaten turf and white…
Liberty Commons at Big Rock Brewery serves up bold flavours in their craft brews and modern cuisine.
From the 1970s to the 2000s Liberty Village was full of artists looking for cheap rent in abandoned industrial buildings. Now, it’s a booming area dominated by condos and construction.
Spencer Badu’s genderless clothing line continues to grow at the Toronto Fashion Incubator
Finding affordable daycare in Liberty Village requires patience, tenacity — and luck. For some parents, the search starts years before their child is even born.
The risque past of Liberty Village has come to light and shows that the community was not always families, young professionals and dog lovers.
A look inside The Fueling Station: Liberty Village’s original shared working space
How the quiet boom of Liberty Village surprised and surpassed expectations
Since 2005, Liberty Village has been home to the Toronto Marlies and everything else that comes along with “the good ol’ Hockey Game.” The prospects live here. The fans live here. Hockey lives here.