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Andrew-Gee, Eric. 2015. “Travelling down Ishpadinaa Today? Group Renames Streets to Draw Attention to the Overlooked Aboriginal Presence in Toronto.” The Toronto Star, June 2. http://www.thestar.com/news/gta/2015/06/02/toronto-street-signs-a-reminder-of-first-nations-heritage.html.
Brannon, Monica M. 2013. “Standardized Spaces: Satellite Imagery in the Age of Big Data.” Configurations 21 (3): 271–99. doi:10.1353/con.2013.0021.
Calvino, Italo. 1978. Invisible Cities. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich.
Charlton, Margo, Barndt, Deborah, Dennis, Katherine, and Donegan, Rosemary. “Transforming Communities Through the Arts: A Study of Hree Toronto Neighbourhoods”. SSHRC Partnership Research Grant. OCAD University and York University.
Connolly, Michael. 2014. “Shelter from the Storm.” Accessed July 1. http://hotdocslibrary.ca/en/detail.cfm?filmId=1662.
“Ogimaa Mikana: Reclaiming/Renaming.” 2015. Accessed June 9. http://ogimaamikana.tumblr.com/?og=1.
Daya, Shari, and Nicola Wilkins. 2013. “The Body, the Shelter, and the Shebeen: An Affective Geography of Homelessness in South Africa.” Cultural Geographies 20 (3): 357–78.
Grosz, Elizabeth. 2001. “Embodied Utopias: The Time of Architecture.” In Architecture from the Outside: Essays on Virtual and Real Space, by Peter Eisenman and Elizabeth Grosz, Elizabeth. Cambridge, Mass: The MIT Press.
Heynen, Nik, Maria Kaika, and Erik Swyngedouw. 2013. In the Nature of Cities: Urban Political Ecology and the Politics of Urban Metabolism. Routledge.
Kaitlin. 2015. “It’s Not The Trail: It’s The Land It Crosses |.” Accessed June 9. http://heritagetoronto.org/its-not-the-trail-its-the-land-it-crosses/.
McCormack, Derek P. 2013. Refrains for Moving Bodies: Experience and Experiment in Affective Spaces. Durham: Duke University Press.
McLean, Heather. 2014. “Digging into the Creative City: A Feminist Critique.” Antipode 46 (3): 669–90.
McLean, Heather. 2010. “Competitive Creativity? Arts and Culture in Toronto’s Mayoral Debates.” The Bullet – Socialist Project E-Bulletin, no. 420 (October).
Panelli, Ruth. 2010. “More-than-Human Social Geographies: Posthuman and Other Possibilities.” Progress in Human Geography 34 (1): 79–87.
Relph, Edward. 2013. Toronto: Transformations in a City and Its Region. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.
Sundberg, Juanita. 2014. “Decolonizing Posthumanist Geographies.” Cultural Geographies 21 (1): 33–47.
Swyngedouw, Erik. 2006. “Circulations and Metabolisms: (Hybrid) Natures and (Cyborg) Cities.” Science as Culture 15 (2): 105–21.
Thrift, Nigel. 2007. Non-Representational Theory: Space, Politics, Affect. New Ed edition. Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY: Routledge.
“Tent City Site to Become Mixed-Use Development instead of Waterfront Home Depot.” 2014. Toronto Life. Accessed July 1. http://www.torontolife.com/informer/toronto-real-estate/2010/11/03/tent-city-site-to-become-mixed-use-development-instead-of-waterfront-home-depot/.
The Toronto Star. 2007. “I Was the 13th Person to Move into Tent City. It Was the Canada Day Weekend in 1998. We Were Evicted in 2002, Four Years and Two Months Later.,” April 8. http://www.thestar.com/news/2007/04/08/a_home_of_their_own_in_tent_city.html.
Whyte, Murray. 2009. “Uzma Shakir Scanned the Crowd, Tapping Her Pen on the Table. It Was Her Turn. It Was Hot – Too Hot, an Early-Summer Evening Scorcher. All the Chairs Were Filled. Latecomers Spilled out the Back and on to the Gritty Sidewalks on Bloor St. W. near Lansdowne.” The Toronto Star, June 27. http://www.thestar.com/news/insight/2009/06/27/why_richard_floridas_honeymoon_is_over.html.
Williams, Lacey Mcrae. 2015. “Reclaiming Spaces/Places: Restoring Indigenous Street Names in Toronto.” Spacing National. Accessed June 9. http://spacing.ca/national/2014/11/04/reclaiming-spacingplaces-restoring-indiginous-street-names-toronto/.
Wong, Tony. 2010. “A Site That Was Supposed to House a Home Depot Store Has Been Sold to a Consortium of Developers.” The Toronto Star, November 3. http://www.thestar.com/news/gta/2010/11/03/controversial_waterfront_site_sold_to_developers.html.
Wood, Tim. 2015. “Once a Tool for Colonialism, Place Names Can Now Be a Tool for Reconciliation.” The Toronto Star, June 8. http://www.thestar.com/opinion/commentary/2015/06/08/canada-should-replace-colonial-place-names-with-indigenous-ones.html.