The future of Toronto

The Post-Pandemic Future of Everything

As Toronto emerges from its Covid-induced fugue state, we’ll need to rebuild the city. It’s challenging, yes, but also exciting. We asked Toronto’s smartest thinkers to predict how the city could change—for the better

By Toronto Life| Photograph by Bryson Gibbons
| August 19, 2020

How Covid got big thinkers thinking

The big picture, by Jason McBride

|1| The big picture By Jason McBride

 

Affordable Internet will become a universal human right, by Alejandra Ruiz Vargas

|2| Affordable Internet will become a universal human right By Alejandra Ruiz Vargas

 

The film and TV industry will go virtual—actors and sets included, by Paul Bronfman

|3| The film and TV industry will go virtual—actors and sets included By Paul Bronfman

 

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