What makes a city runnable? Canadian researchers find out

A team from Simon Fraser University in Burnaby, B.C., asked runners what makes a city a good place to run. Here are their answers

ActiveTO returns, city prepares to open Lake Shore Boulevard West to pedestrians

Like in 2020, the city of Toronto will open multiple streets to runners, walkers and cyclists throughout the summer

We’re not all bad: most runners are following the rules

Runners have been painted in a bad light during these times of social distancing, but most of us are law-abiding citizens