Rising rents and the breakneck development of Toronto have forced many of its music venues to close their doors. How does the city balance its current construction boom with its storied cultural offering? Monocle’s bureau chief in Toronto, Tomos Lewis, talks to Anthony Greenberg, an urban planner who has been vocal in the campaign to keep the music scene alive.
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