Now Magazine: For the love of Kensington
Posted on December 8th, 2016

Kensington Market fights for survival
Local councillor Joe Cressy calls the city’s efforts to preserve Kensington “unparalleled,” but rising rents and bylaw ­enforcement around building code violations have left a different smell in the Market
BY JANE LYTVYNENKO

How the other half lives
It was everything I’d ever wanted in a first apartment – a place where, more than anywhere else in the city, I could feel my cultural history
BY JONATHAN GOLDSBIE

Of chaos and community in Kensington Market
Can we preserve a village of welcome for the unpolished in our city?
BY DOMINIQUE RUSSELL

The singular beauty of Kensington Market? its people
Most of the stores have long-time customers and people who come not just to shop and eat, but to see one another
BY NA LI

Kensington Market: a timeline
From its early days as a Jewish Market through to present-day bohemian food haven
BY NOW STAFF


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