"A city is composed of four elements: water, land, buildings and people. Urban areas function when these elements combine in the right proportions. Too much or too little of any one, and the city develops the signs of strain: overcrowding, water shortages, jammed highways. As North America's third-fastest-growing city, Toronto is not immune." Reporter John Lorinc reports on the urban sprawl of Toronto and raises the question of possible solutions.
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