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Can smart cities become 'cybersecure' cities?

Toronto - Google’s Toronto smart city is an innovative project but it also brings with it various challenges, both technological and in terms of privacy and security. Trend Micro have looked at how smart cities can become cyber-secure cities.

Toronto Smart City adviser resigns over data concerns

Toronto - Saadia Muzaffar, who is a member of Waterfront Toronto’s Digital Strategy Advisory Panel for the project, has resigned arguing that the project is not taking concerns about how Google will collect and handle data collected from people.

Craneway Crafts Fair is now namesake of KPFA holiday fundraiser Special

Richmond - Salvaging hardy materials from the discarded or overlooked is not new. Yet recreating and re-imagining a building to house a new purpose is a trend these days.

What's the beef? Protest against meat clogs S.F. waterfront

San Francisco - Dozens of impassioned protesters and tourists armed with cameras and cell phones clogged the San Francisco waterfront Monday as a noisy animal rights protest marched from Market Street to Pier 39.

Victim's family files lawsuit over shooting on San Francisco pier

San Francisco - Parents of a young woman shot to death on the San Francisco waterfront last year have filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the city and a former top official who enforced its controversial sanctuary policy.

S.F. waterfront slaying suspect claims 2015 killing was accident

San Francisco - The suspect in what seems to have been a random slaying on the San Francisco waterfront has asked for the most serious charge against him — second-degree murder — to be dismissed.

Longtime San Francisco waterfront restaurant puts off eviction

San Francisco - An iconic waterfront restaurant that evoked a simpler time in San Francisco's colorful history filed for bankruptcy last Wednesday morning, just in time to head off eviction by the city's sheriff's department.

Police confirm agent's lost gun was used to kill S.F. woman

San Francisco - San Francisco police have confirmed that a handgun stolen from a federal agent's parked car in June was the weapon that killed a San Francisco woman a few days later as she walked with her father on the waterfront.

U.S. BLM admits gun stolen from worker killed woman on S.F. pier

San Francisco - A gun allegedly used to kill a San Francisco woman on Pier 14 a week ago had been stolen from a federal agent just one week prior to the fatal shooting, a local newspaper reported Tuesday.

Sheriff: Feds could have demanded arrest of S.F. slaying suspect

San Francisco - San Francisco would have kept an illegal Mexican immigrant locked up and unable to attack a young woman he is suspected of killing if federal authorities had demanded it, a top official said this week.

San Francisco Police Department shoot man in handcuffs? (video)

San Francisco - In an "officer-involved" shooting in San Francisco, witnesses on an amateur video claim that the victim was handcuffed when the SFPD opened fire on him.

Sherbourne Common now open in Toronto

Toronto - On July 26, Waterfront Toronto celebrated the official opening of the completed Sherbourne Common, a unique waterfront park that seamlessly blends art and innovation.

Walk With Israel event creates traffic gridlock in Toronto Special

Toronto - Sunday at Bathurst Street and Queen's Quay it was a traffic nightmare as the Walk with Israel took place. Thousands swelled the street where two way traffic became single bound.

Toronto's waterfront barren other than the skates Special

Toronto - It's winter time in Toronto. The trees are bare. The lake longs for the summer's boaters. Just mere weeks ago green was everywhere, now Mother Nature has stripped the waterfront of its colour. A barren wasteland except for merry skaters at Harbourfront.

The ducks of Toronto's waterfront, spring weather arrives to city Special

Toronto - After weeks of horrid weather in the Greater Toronto Area during the spring seaon's days, warm weather and sun has finally hit the city, which has prompted people to flock to the waterfront to enjoy the weather and get a visit from some ducks.

Toronto's Queens Quay tranformation formally begins

Toronto - The approval process for the Queens Quay Revitalization Environmental Assessment has been cleared by Ontario's Minister of the Environment, John Gerretsen. The next step will see a world-class street come to what was a traffic eye sore.

Toronto's Waterfront plans underway, fish returning to area

Toronto - The city of Toronto has big plans for it's Waterfront areas. With the five-year business plan/ten-year forecast in place changes may appear to be slow for some residents but change is clearly on the horizon.

'On the Waterfront' author dies at 95

Budd Schulberg, author of "On the Waterfront" has died at the age of 95. Many of Schulberg's novels were turned into award winning screenplays during the 1940's and 1950's.
 

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Send in the clowns.  Zero Gravity presented Torontonians with the Toronto International Circus at th...
Send in the clowns. Zero Gravity presented Torontonians with the Toronto International Circus at the city's waterfront on the Victoria Day holiday weekend.
Toronto installed the city s first coin-operated public washroom at the corner of Queen s Quay and R...
Toronto installed the city's first coin-operated public washroom at the corner of Queen's Quay and Rees Street earlier this month. It is set to open at the end of May.
Send in the clowns.  Zero Gravity presented Torontonians with the Toronto International Circus at th...
Send in the clowns. Zero Gravity presented Torontonians with the Toronto International Circus at the city's waterfront on the Victoria Day holiday weekend.
There is no doubt about it.  The city of Toronto needs to fix the waterfront because it s just a tra...
There is no doubt about it. The city of Toronto needs to fix the waterfront because it's just a train wreck waiting to happen.
There is no doubt about it.  The city of Toronto needs to fix the waterfront because it s just a tra...
There is no doubt about it. The city of Toronto needs to fix the waterfront because it's just a train wreck waiting to happen.
The terrific sunny weather has finally allowed Torontonians to enjoy the weather at the city s water...
The terrific sunny weather has finally allowed Torontonians to enjoy the weather at the city's waterfront but the ducks want some attention and food.
The city s coin-operated public toilet opened at Toronto s waterfront.  The toilet costs $0.25 with ...
The city's coin-operated public toilet opened at Toronto's waterfront. The toilet costs $0.25 with a maximum time of 20 minutes.
The city s coin-operated public toilet opened at Toronto s waterfront.  The toilet costs $0.25 with ...
The city's coin-operated public toilet opened at Toronto's waterfront. The toilet costs $0.25 with a maximum time of 20 minutes.
Send in the clowns.  Zero Gravity presented Torontonians with the Toronto International Circus at th...
Send in the clowns. Zero Gravity presented Torontonians with the Toronto International Circus at the city's waterfront on the Victoria Day holiday weekend.
Toronto installed the city s first coin-operated public washroom at the corner of Queen s Quay and R...
Toronto installed the city's first coin-operated public washroom at the corner of Queen's Quay and Rees Street earlier this month. It is set to open at the end of May.
Send in the clowns.  Zero Gravity presented Torontonians with the Toronto International Circus at th...
Send in the clowns. Zero Gravity presented Torontonians with the Toronto International Circus at the city's waterfront on the Victoria Day holiday weekend.
Toronto s skyline.
Toronto's skyline.
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The city s coin-operated public toilet opened at Toronto s waterfront.  The toilet costs $0.25 with ...
The city's coin-operated public toilet opened at Toronto's waterfront. The toilet costs $0.25 with a maximum time of 20 minutes.
The terrific sunny weather has finally allowed Torontonians to enjoy the weather at the city s water...
The terrific sunny weather has finally allowed Torontonians to enjoy the weather at the city's waterfront but the ducks want some attention and food.
CITY SCENE: A man sits with his infant on Pier 14 on the San Francisco waterfront as other visitors ...
CITY SCENE: A man sits with his infant on Pier 14 on the San Francisco waterfront as other visitors approach, many pushing their own strollers.
BrokenSphere / Wikimedia Commons
The terrific sunny weather has finally allowed Torontonians to enjoy the weather at the city s water...
The terrific sunny weather has finally allowed Torontonians to enjoy the weather at the city's waterfront but the ducks want some attention and food.
At midtown Toronto  black smoke could be seen in the sky due to a fire on top of a condo at the Wate...
At midtown Toronto, black smoke could be seen in the sky due to a fire on top of a condo at the Waterfront.
The terrific sunny weather has finally allowed Torontonians to enjoy the weather at the city s water...
The terrific sunny weather has finally allowed Torontonians to enjoy the weather at the city's waterfront but the ducks want some attention and food.
A photo of Chicago from a plane  on Tuesday January 7  2014
A photo of Chicago from a plane, on Tuesday January 7, 2014
Credit: Hank Cain
There is no doubt about it.  The city of Toronto needs to fix the waterfront because it s just a tra...
There is no doubt about it. The city of Toronto needs to fix the waterfront because it's just a train wreck waiting to happen.

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