Notes from Charlottetown

As the new BC/Yukon regional director of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada, I recently had the privilege of meeting in June... Read More

RELEASE: Volunteers needed for Vancouver’s Civic Advisory Bodies

The City of Vancouver is seeking volunteers from the general public for positions on the following advisory bodies: Children, Youth... Read More

ROBINSON: How does government fit into smart city plans?

In the 48 hours since Sidewalk Labs’ Master Innovation and Development Plan dropped, we have all been working our way through its 1524... Read More

City politics in the wake of Ontario’s Bill 5 and lessons for Canadian cities

Last week, two things happened that are useful markers for where Toronto sits in the struggle to manage the impact from Bill 5: a... Read More

LORINC: Welcome to the post-civic engagement era

With the landslide of hostile omnibus legislation spewing out of Queen’s Park this spring, I found myself wondering whether Doug Ford... Read More

Opening conversations about active transportation in racialized suburbs

This guest post is by members of Transportation Equity Toronto, the organizers of the Mini Conference on Racial Equity and Active... Read More

A City on the cusp: A Torontonian’s visit to Detroit

Claire Stevenson-Blythe is entering her second year in the Master of Science in Planning program at the University of Toronto. Her... Read More

PODCAST: Spacing Radio 035, Activate

In this episode, we join Thomas McKechnie, playwright and organizer with Foodsters United — a new union working for a fair deal for... Read More

RAIC Metro Vancouver – Built City Speaker Series

Guest Contributor:  Gloria Venczel As the Thought Leader these past 3 years for the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada Metro... Read More

PODCAST: Spacing Radio 034, Provincial Creatures

This month we look at how major swings in provincial politics are affecting cities across Canada. We talk to journalist and Walkcast... Read More