Following PathLogic

Every two weeks from now on, the 200,000 or so people who work in buildings linked to Toronto's underground path system will have their own magazine.Called PathLogic, the entertainment and lifestyle publication focusses on the 10 kilometres of underground walkways that...

Every two weeks from now on, the 200,000 or so people who work in buildings linked to Toronto’s underground path system will have their own magazine.

Called PathLogic, the entertainment and lifestyle publication focusses on the 10 kilometres of underground walkways that connect the city’s downtown core.

John Agnew, who developed PathLogic with partners Laurence Bernstein and Wayne Briede, says although the 32-page, brochure-sized magazine is not primarily for tourists.PathLogic’s research shows visitors to the city will appreciate a guide, including a map, to Toronto’s world underground.

PathLogic is published every other Wednesday.

The first issue appeared June 20.

The magazine is free and delivered by courier to buildings on the path system, as well as tourist stops in the city, and those hotels and retailers which advertise in the book.