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Turning a City into a Homegrown National Park

This year, the David Suzuki Foundation launched the Homegrown National Park project to create a green corridor following the path of one of Toronto’s buried rivers, the Garrison Creek, which once ran from central-west Toronto down to Fort York on the banks of Lake Ontario. The Homegrown National Park will transpose the qualities of Canada’s iconic national parks into urban residential settings.

Satellite mini-parks are spreading within my community of Seaton Village. This year, the David Suzuki Foundation launched the Homegrown National Park project to create a green corridor following the path of one of Toronto’s buried rivers, the Garrison Creek, which once ran from central-west Toronto down to Fort York on the banks of Lake Ontario. The Homegrown National Park will transpose the qualities of Canada’s iconic national parks into urban residential settings.

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How the Boba Guys Liquified the Mix Tape Economy

Our most requested drink by far has been horchata boba. How the best businesses mix cultural touchstones in provocative and thought-provoking ways.

Happy New Year! 2011 was a special year for us, from our soft launches in October to our official opening in November. The support has been nothing short of incredible. As we head into 2012, we hope to continue the momentum and bring more of your feedback into our business.

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