The Glory Days of City Building

published 10 months ago

Former Toronto mayor David Crombie talks to Nam Kiwanuka about how cities such as Toronto were built in the post-War era and why the capacity to build this way no onger exists.

For more in depth perspectives and interesting stories sign up for our daily newsletter at slash daily. He is sometimes referred to as Toronto's tiny perfect mare David Crosby war the chain of office from 1972 to 1978 critical growth yours that help remake Hogtown into an inspiring world class city amongst his many accomplishments he's an officer of the order of Canada and a member of the order of Ontario plus even made the cover of time magazine and is a crummy joins us tonight to understand the glory days of city building welcome it's a pleasure to meet you we've my pleasure we were supposed to be on a panel last year hot dogs and then we were communicating in email so it's nice to meet you in person it absolutely is how can I wish for like how can I address you your worship music would be good they've it is good. Well you were mayor of Toronto 1972 to 19 ...

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