Molly Keeping is a recent graduate from the University of Toronto, with a B.A. in Human Geography, Social Anthropology and Spanish. Originally from outside Boston, Massachusetts, her love of travel has inspired her to spend time exploring cities around Canada, the United States, Europe and China. After spending a summer living and studying in Berlin, Germany, she developed an interest in the impacts that social and cultural groups can have on the built environment, as well as the consequences of simultaneous historical preservation and progressive, sustainable urban planning. Her favorite way to become immersed in a new location and culture has always been through food, which has lead to a particular interest in food security and sustainable agriculture within urban communities. She hopes to become involved in education and planning around these issues in the future.
Planners Dream Big with Toronto's Anticipated Arrival of Eglinton Crosstown LRT
by Molly Keeping
The Government of Ontario’s promise to provide Toronto with an $8.4 billion, historic new light rail transit system could impact much more than just rush hour traffic congestion. Among the four new lines, which will be a... Read article