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2006 04 15
Massive Renaissance
AGO construction frames Bruce Mau Studio's "Massive Change" installation. Click on image for a larger view.
The Globe and Mail's Val Ross has a good story today on Toronto's investment in its cultural institutions. Drawing a line of influence supporting why culture is a key reason companies stay in the city, the Globe also has a story on SAS's decision to build its new, energy-efficient home in downtown Toronto.
SAS co-founder Jim Goodnight says that Toronto is “the kind of vibrant city” that author Richard Florida flagged in his 2002 bestseller The Rise of the Creative Class.

Mr. Goodnight said: “Toronto has lots of arts and entertainment, a tolerance for people of all races and diversity. It is a great city to do business in.”

[email this story] Posted by R Ouellette on 04/15 at 01:25 PM

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