UrbSanity: Big and Small, Ottawa’s world-class obsession with being world-class

The Ottawa news cycle is a revolving door of controversies over architecture, landmarks, monuments, and mega- infrastructure and... Read More

Legal Progress on the Right to Housing in Canada

According to the courts, there is no constitutional “right to housing” in Canada –at least not yet. This may be changing... Read More

PODCAST: Spacing Radio 003 books, cops and grunge

In this episode, we talk about books about cities and urbanism that change the way we experience our communities. This could mean... Read More

Dodging the Centre Plan on Linden Lea?

DARTMOUTH – A contentious development proposal is going before Regional Council on Tuesday. Milestone Properties wants to demolish an... Read More

Can a New Community Plan Reverse Population Decline in Vancouver’s Grandview-Woodland Neighbourhood?

For the last 15 years, the population of Vancouver’s historic Grandview-Woodland neighbourhood has shrunk. Recent census data shows... Read More

Why Saving One House from Honda Demolition Matters

HALIFAX – Steele Auto Group has started the demolition of 19 homes to expand a Honda dealership in the core of the Halifax... Read More

THE ARTFUL CITY: An Interview with Public Studio

Public Studio is the Toronto-based collective art practice of filmmaker and artist Elle Flanders and architect and artist Tamira... Read More

Saint John: Photos of an underappreciated city

SAINT JOHN, NEW BRUNSWICK — Saint John, more than anything else, is an industrial port city. It is a city that faces challenges, but... Read More

PODCAST: Spacing Radio 002 reveals the Jane Jacobs Prize winners

Spacing Magazine is proud to announce the winners of the 2016 Jane Jacobs Prize, and Spacing Radio has in depth interviews with this... Read More

Is a YIMBY Movement Forming in Vancouver?

A few weeks ago, I was imploring young people to get out and make some noise on housing affordability. Well, it turns out some of... Read More