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The 20th century was witness to both an infrastructure boom and bust. It is the 21st century that will need to project not only how to address crumbling and insufficient infrastructure, but also how to position new infrastructures that confront urgent issues of climate change, sustenance inequality, and our increasingly urbanized world. 21st century infrastructure should create a new public realm, enrich political policy, and embed productive processes.


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  1. December 2nd, 2014 at 04:24 | #1

    I just got back from Toronto. Eat indian food in Brampton, a subrub just northwest of the city. It has a very large south asian population. According to wikipedia, Punjabi is the mother tong of 27% of Brampton’s population. I have no specific restaurant recommendations, but when I was there I ate at Tandoori Flame, which was far and away the best indian buffet I’ve ever had (It blows the doors off of Minerva in Fairfax). Nevertheless, I have no doubt that far better indian and pakistani food can be found if you find a place that caters exclusively to recent immigrants.

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