Artscape West Queen West Bibliography

Arcadia Housing Co-op. (2008). http://www.arcadiatoronto.com.

Hill, K. & Capriotti, K. (2009). A Statistical Profile of Artists in Canada Based on the 2006 Census. Hamilton: Hill Strategies Inc.

Artspace. (2009). Artspace U.S.A. Artspace Projects, Inc. http://www.artspace.org    

Beaver Hall Artist’s Cooperative. (2008). Beaver Hall. http://beaverhallcoop.blogspot.com   

City of Toronto. (28 March 1994). Executive Committee Report No. 5 For City Council Consideration at Meeting No. 6. “Toronto Artscape – Receipt of Confirmation from the Ministry of Housing Regarding the Live/Work project at 910 Queen Street West”.  
City of Toronto. (18 April 1994). Executive Committee Report No. 12 For City Council Consideration at Meeting No. 6.

City of Toronto. (5 June 1995). Neighbourhoods Committee Report No. 7 for City Council Consideration at Meeting No. 11.

City of Toronto. (2 April 1996). Executive Committee Report No. 11 For City Council Consideration at Meeting No. S10.

City of Vancouver. (13 June 1996). Land Use and Development Policies and Guidelines, Live/work and work/live Vancouver overview including strategic directions.

Demara, B. (6 June 2008). “When poor artists and punk rock really ruled; street part revisits and cool found Queen West.” The Toronto Star.

Ginder, J. & Ryan, C. (2001). Square Feet – An Artist’s Guide To Renting And Buying Workspace. Toronto Artscape Incorporated.

Goar, C. (20 April 2007). “Testimony from Toronto streets.” The Toronto Star.

Hayes, D. (12 January 2008). “Queen Street West energy still a creative draw.” The Toronto Star.

Hume, C. (16 January 1997). “Going West The Next Queen Street West. Never mind the  tough talk. A Bowery-to-Bohemia conversion is already underway in Parkdale.” The Toronto Star.

Hume, C. (29 December 2007). “It’s not too good if you’re in a hurry, but the 501 does give a wonderful look at the city’s many faces.” The Toronto Star.

Jordan, B. (1980). An Investigation Into The Nature Of The Toronto Arts Community’s Contribution To The Cultural And Commercial Growth Of The Queen Street West Area: The Queen West “Phenomenon”. National Association of Non-Profit Artist-Run Centres.

Leblanc, D. (21 November 2008). “In constant exile, artists seek next colony.” The Globe and Mail.

McKenzie, R. (1984). “The loyal neighbours of Queen Street West.” The Globe and Mail.

Morand, J. (July 1997). Ward 2 Neighbourhood Revitalization; Draft for Discussion. City of Toronto Urban Development Services.

Parkdale Village BIA. (n.d). History.  http://www.parkdalevillagebia.com/history

Performing Arts Lodge. (n.d). About PAL Place Toronto. PAL Toronto. http://paltoronto.org/   

Reid, S & Papp, L. (29 December 1989). “Safety blitz prompted by fatal fire to start Tuesday at 54 buildings.” The Toronto Star.

Taylor, K. (24 April 1993). “Redrawing the art map, A gallery goer’s guide to Toronto. Lace up your Doc Martens and head down to Queen Street West.” The Globe and Mail.

Toronto Arts Council. (1988). No Vacancy, A Cultural Facilities Policy for the City of Toronto.

Toronto Artscape Inc. (1996). Doing Homework: Educating Yourself as a Warehouse Tenant.

Whyte, M. (11 Nov 2006). “Queen Street artists display their defiance; luxury condo may replace industrial building.” The Toronto Star.

Scrivener, L. (6 August 2006). “Even Peter Pan had to grow up.” The Toronto Star.

Scrivener, L. (25 February 2007). “Breaking down barriers on Queen Street West; After 157 years the most daring redevelopment in CAMH’s history has begun.” The Toronto Star.
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