LocalLove.ca: Toronto’s 8 top changemakers

Posted on April 3, 2018
[su_heading size="10" align="left" margin="10"]Photo Credit: Genevieve Caron [/su_heading]  TCAT Director Nancy Smith Lea is featured in LocalLove.ca, United Way Greater Toronto's new online magazine, as one of eight women who are working hard to make the city a better place: ...Read More

Toronto Star: Scarborough seeking fair share of Bike Share

Posted on February 21, 2018
"In recent years, organizations like Scarborough Cycles and the Scarborough District Advocacy Group have created community bike hubs and bike-repair workshops to encourage a robust cycling culture. The annual Tour de Scarborough, a family-friendly competition aimed at exploring the area ...Read More

CBC: Toronto’s abandoned bikes getting fixed up for 2nd life

Posted on December 23, 2017
In addition to Fix and CultureLink's partnership, there are five other groups working with city to refurbish abandoned bikes, including Bike Pirates, Scarborough Cycles and Bikeworks at Brickworks. Read full article: Toronto's abandoned bikes getting fixed up for 2nd life

St. Albert Gazette: Completing our streets

Posted on November 29, 2017
An incomplete street is more or less what you find in most cities today, said Nancy Smith Lea, director of the Toronto Centre for Active Transportation. “The sidewalks might be narrow, there’s probably no bike lane, there’s probably no transit ...Read More