The Green Line is a new local outlet that investigates the way we live to produce journalism that helps young Torontonians survive and thrive in a rapidly changing city. It's a resource that helps gen Zs and millennials take action on issues that matter to them and their communities.
By investigating the way we live, The Green Line gets to the root of the issues that impact Torontonians the most. We collaborate with journalists and creators from the communities we serve to report on local solutions that target the sources — not the symptoms — of the biggest problems facing our city. Toronto has a layered history and lots of collective knowledge; that’s why we meet locals in the digital and physical spaces they already inhabit to surface stories that actually matter to them. Our goal? To redefine the city’s identity by centring the people and places that are the driving force behind Toronto’s culture and sense of community.
Through humor and how-to journalism, we encourage locals to invest in Toronto’s future by breaking down complex stories in a relatable way. Through in-depth reporting, we equip Torontonians to take action on the issues they learn about in The Green Line.