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Check out our Star Big Ideas project here. www.thestar.com What are the Big Ideas that can re-engage Torontonians in the city and lead it triumphantly into the 21st century?
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www.thestar.com If policy-makers thought more about food, the health and economic benefits for Torontonians would be huge.
www.thestar.com We need a more ambitious regional relief line to transform our constrained system of poorly connected subways into a well-functioning network.
Peter Rosenthal, Professor at the University of Toronto, has a big idea about policing. www.thestar.com If fewer of Toronto’s police officers carried guns, many lives would be saved.
www.thestar.com A city of Toronto's size and stature ought to have a world-class park. And our ravines are perfectly placed to become just that.
Ken Greenberg, former Director of Urban Design and Architecture for Toronto, wants us to see the big picture. www.thestar.com As Toronto undergoes an extraordinary transformation, it’s more important than ever to understand how all of the city's issues are interconnected.
www.thestar.com Only when municipal leaders across the region start collaborating will we be able to tackle regional problems like gridlock, jobs and inequality.
www.thestar.com A real-estate market where the cost of using a building is included in the price tag would encourage more sustainable development and more affordable housing.
www.thestar.com By privatizing public transit the whole system can finally become both effective and a money-maker for the city rather than an enormous expense.
Claudia Zuccato Ria from Toronto Botanical Garden has a big idea about green spaces. www.thestar.com Toronto would benefit enormously from integrating multi-purpose green spaces into the fabric of urban life.
Physician and Giller Prize-winning author Vincent Lam's big idea is about transportation. www.thestar.com Transportation planning that explicitly supports cycling and walking would be an effective and inexpensive way to improve health in Toronto.
Sheldon Levy's big idea. www.thestar.com Toronto’s economic future depends on its becoming a city in which innovators with brash courage and great ideas want to live.
Anne Golden's big idea. www.thestar.com Congestion in the GTA has reached an untenable state. And with an additional 2.5 million people expected in the next 20 years, things are about to get much worse.
Donna Harrow's big idea. www.thestar.com
Thinglink created by Shauna Rempel www.thestar.com Shauna Rempel is the Toronto Star’s technology team editor. Reach her via Twitter or email.