Toronto

Episode 10 – Atom Martin – Music, Culture, Life

In this episode, we talk with Atom Martin about the evolution of music, culture, life and growing up with an older brother. Atom is a Toronto musician, songwriter, producer and graphic artist.

Episode 8 – Nadine Guimond: Environmental Stewardship, Reducing Consumption & #BringYourOwnContainer

In this episode, we welcome Nadine Guimond to discuss her new initiative ‘Bring Your Own Container’ which encourages us to be good stewards for our world by reducing our use of plastic, be more mindful about our carbon footprint, and take the time to slow down. 

This is what Nadine’s talking about: 

Episode 7 – Shifting Urbanization Demands; Community Building; Trends in Tech (“Ryan and Andreas Free-for-All #1”)

This episode is a Free-for-All! 

We discuss shifting urbanization demands in Toronto, from Regent Park to Liberty Village; food security in Canadian cities; macro-level trends in international development; and, social implications of VR, big-data, privacy and tech.

We hope you enjoy, and please don’t forget to hit that subscribe button!

Music Courtesy of: Art of Shades

Episode 6 – Monika Rau: Development in Toronto; Looking to the Future of Toronto and Housing; City-Building and Getting into Urban Planning

We chat with Monika Rau about the future of Toronto, and development trends regarding commercial and mixed-use retail, as well as affordable housing – from lane-way homes to tiny homes.  Overall, we are bullish on the future of this City. Monika also shares her story on getting involved in the industry and development policy, from her involvement with ULI to OPPI to NXT City.

Oh – and we discover that we all agree that Bounty chocolate bars are, well….amazing.

Monika is an urban planner currently working on the mixed-use commercial team at Dream

Episode 5: Rob Pelaccia on Toronto Real Estate, New Mortgage Rules and Views from the Ambulance

In this episode, we welcome Rob Pelaccia to the show

Rob is a mortgage broker with Dominion Lending Centres and a paramedic. This conversation is about where Toronto real estate may be headed, new mortgage rules and how changing demands from millennials are influencing the market.  Rob also talks about his time travelling around in the back of an ambulance…