The Laneway Project was featured in the Toronto Star this weekend. The article: Toronto striving for green spaces in a growing city, included commentary from The Laneway Project co-founder Michelle Senayah.
Here's an excerpt:
Michelle Senayah, co-founder of laneway revitalization effort The Laneway Project, says with around 100,000 people coming to Toronto every year, most people don’t have access to their own outdoor space.
“It’s hard to acquire new land for parks and squares, but we have a massive untapped resource in the city,” she says, referring to the city’s laneways, which total more than 250 acres of space, and have potential to be beautified and used as places for kids to play and residents to gather.
Read the full article here.