Robert Raynor

Robert is a designer, researcher, maker and amplifier of voices. He holds a Masters of Architecture degree from the University of Toronto, with a background in woodworking, life-cycle carbon thinking and community engagement for chronically unhoused populations. When he’s not doing those things, you’re likeliest to find him in a forest, on his bicycle or hanging out with cats.

“I recently moved to Trinity Bellwoods. A huge park, surrounded by a wide range of people, shops and mid-rise housing, on tree-covered streets not far from the waterfront trail? What more could one ask for?”

Julie Fader

Julie is an urban planner who is passionate about affordable housing and creating interesting and accessible public spaces. She loves cycling, camping, and attempting the Saturday crossword.

“I like Little Italy for its fun, lively energy – and the fact that it’s home to Bitondo’s Pizzaria and the original California Sandwiches.”

Liza Stiff

Liza is an avid backyard farmer and keen cyclist, she enjoys spending the warmer months river tubing and loves to take part in all forms of snow sports in the winter. She brings a background in architecture, experience in major P3 projects and a passion for people to her work with TAS.

“Riverdale is my favourite neighbourhood in Toronto because of the views, culture and the rich fabric of old & new.”