Joshua Biggley is an IT consultant by day and freelance writer by night. He lives in Charlottetown, PEI with his wife, four children, eight heritage hens, and a chocolate lab named Daisy. An Islander-by-choice, he is an out-spoken advocate for urban agriculture, food security, self-sufficiency, traffic planning and anything else that strikes his fancy.

If You Build It – The Market Master Plan

CHARLOTTETOWN – When Kevin Costner wandered into his corn field and encountered the baseball legends of past generations, he was... Read More

Events Guide: Planning for the Future with an ICSP

CHARLOTTETOWN – When the federal government introduced the Intergrated Community Sustainability Plan (ICSP) as a requirement to... Read More

Spacing Atlantic Charlottetown meet-up

Since most Islanders couldn’t make the official Spacing Atlantic launch party last week, we’ve decided to get together on... Read More

Discovering Charlottetown: Victoria Row

CHARLOTTETOWN – Nestled behind the Confederation Centre of the Arts is a 200m stretch of early 20th century buildings, the type... Read More

The Art of Public Art

CHARLOTTETOWN — Public art is not quite as taboo as politics or religion, but the inclusion of art in the public space... Read More

Walk, Don’t Walk, Scramble?

CHARLOTTETOWN – The macabre dance of pedestrians and automobiles is a time honoured tradition.  Ever since Bridget Driscol was... Read More