INHALE Toronto monitors the ‘Open Streets’
On Sunday September 18th, the INHALE Project was at Open Streets Toronto measuring the air quality along Yonge and Bloor Street which had been closed off for the day.Read more
INHALE Toronto is monitoring Downtown!
It’s official: INHALE Toronto is launching in the downtown core!Read more
Help INHALE Toronto Double Their Fleet of Air Monitors
You can give the gift of clean air and help INHALE Toronto raise the funds for 5 new air monitors! As we wrap up in South Etobicoke, we'll be moving to Toronto's downtown core in Spring 2016.Read more
INHALE Project at the 2015 Complete Streets Forum
On October 1st, the 2015 Complete Streets Forum brought together a range of stakeholders to discuss the challenges and opportunities for building complete streets - which included academics, urban planners, health experts, community organizations, pedestrian and cyclist advocates. The INHALE Project led a unique afternoon workshop titled “Taking it to the Streets: Using Citizen Science to Advocate for Great Streets.”Read more
The Weather is Cooling, but We're Still Monitoring!
Despite the cooling weather, our Community Air Trackers are still out in their neighbourhoods gathering data on local air quality. If you still want to get involved with the INHALE Project, it's not too late!Read more
Summer Outreach in Toronto
This summer, we’ve been connecting with many community groups in the South Etobicoke area, from youth groups, to parent groups, to local groups working towards clean air solutions. This last weekend, we were out at the Franklin Horner Community Centre for Our Place Initiative’s First Annual Corn Roast.Read more
What’s our Pan Am score for air quality?
While many Torontonians are keeping count of how many medals Canada has won during the PanAm Games, TEA’s keeping score of something else: how Toronto’s air quality is performing.Read more
What's in the Air?
Lynda and Morgan from INHALE Hamilton went out monitoring by bike - and they brought a camera! Take a look at what data they gathered on a summer ride through Hamilton.Read more
Walkin’ About in South Etobicoke
INHALE Toronto enjoyed the beautiful weather this past Saturday by hosting the 2nd Toronto air monitoring walkabout. New volunteers joined us as we walked down Birmingham St and along the Lakeshore with portable air monitors, exploring the air quality in a portion of the New Toronto neighbourhood.Read more
A stroll on James St. North
On Saturday, May 23rd, I (Mitchell Blau, INHALE Intern and ex-Dustbuster), Lynda Lukasik, and three eager volunteers (our fourth was in a stroller and mostly eager for snacks!) set out on a James St. North walkabout. Our mission: to amble about under sun and blue skies and talk about air quality in Hamilton’s Jamesville Neighbourhood.Read more