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In the 2012 Quality of Life Issue of Monocle Magazine, ERA’s Graeme Stewart fields a few questions on Toronto’s Tower Renewal Project from Christopher Frey, Monocle correspondent and former Chief Editor for Toronto Standard. To find out more about this issue, see Monocle v.6, no. 55. An article in the Toronto Standard about Toronto’s absence from the Quality of Life survey can be found here. And a 2011 interview with Graeme by Christopher Frey in the Standard can be found here.
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Monocle Radio recently interviewed ERA’s Graeme Stewart on The Urbanist, a weekly program on the people and ideas that shape urban life. In this week’s edition, Andrew Tuck speaks with Graeme about Toronto’s modernist legacy and the Tower Renewal program. You can listen to this interview online at Monocle.com #61.