LIFESTYLE

The Life and Times of Urban Trees

It’s easy to take city trees for granted, but they’re far more than simply pretty scenery. Find out how the urban forest directly affects our quality of life.

09.30.2018

The Life and Times of Urban Trees

In the mid-1800s, nearly 90% of Canadians lived in rural communities. Fast-forward and today 82% of us call urban centres home.1 This reality is prompting more conversation about the health risks of urban living and ways to improve the quality of city life. Urban forestry—a term established at the University of Toronto more than 50 years ago2—is playing a growing part on both fronts.

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Real Life Isn’t Always Tidy

01.29.2019 Duane W. Green, President, Chief Executive Officer

This Perspective reflects the expertise and capabilities you have in your corner when life doesn’t go in a straight line.

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Building the Future Brick by Brick

09.30.2018

We look at the fascinating story behind those little bricks and the company that everyone knows, LEGO. Discover how innovation and tradition combine.

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