If you weren’t able to attend our PechaKucha presentation in Toronto in January, you can now watch our talk on Youtube and hear our story and philosophies of how we started and built Good Gorilla!
Toronto councillor Joe Cressy, centre, along with tenants of 401 Richmond have been pushing for a legislative tax break for the arts and culture hub. (RICK MADONIK / TORONTO STAR FILE PHOTO)
Tax relief is on the way for 401 Richmond and Toronto’s culture hubs, creating a special category for buildings that house artists and non-profits!
“Hot Desks” by Caroline Aksich features three of Toronto’s emerging coworking spaces. Each space is providing a professional home for entrepreneurs, startups, and remote workers to get things done and continue to develop their skills and businesses.
The Station was dubbed “The Creative Haven” – a designation we’ll happily embrace! The article highlights our bright, beautiful space designed by Joyce Mou, as well as some members of our community, and our trusty Breville espresso machine. Check it out, alongside other inspiring local content in the February issue.