All posts tagged “diversity

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A language map of Toronto

This is a language map of Toronto showing the most commonly spoken non-official languages at home. (It only counts individuals who reported speaking a single non-official language most commonly at home, as opposed to multiple ones.) The map you see below is based on 2016… Read More

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This is not right

I have largely avoided commenting on politics and Trump on this blog, but at this stage it is almost impossible to do that. Donations are starting to pile up for the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) as the tech community, and many others, begin to… Read More

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I <3 Toronto

Yesterday I came across an article in the New York Times called “Toronto’s Ethnic Buffet.” It basically talks about how amazing and how diverse our city is, and so I wanted to share it with the Architect This City community this morning. It’s easy to… Read More

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I <3 Toronto

Yesterday I came across an article in the New York Times called “Toronto’s Ethnic Buffet.” It basically talks about how amazing and how diverse our city is, and so I wanted to share it with the Architect This City community this morning. It’s easy to… Read More