WWW: Stories of urban infrastructure

Learning from the mistakes of the High Line Planners rethink and reassess how the design of New York City’s High Line park could have... Read More

Why city issues are women’s issues

The 2016 Toronto International Film Festival hosted the world premiere of Citizen Jane: Battle for the City, a documentary about the... Read More

How Planning Institute Fees are Holding Us Back

Students conducting an active transportation audit. From @APA_Planning/Twitter Some believe that Canada’s provincial and national... Read More

Event – Audacity: 9th Annual SCARP Symposium, March 3rd

Audacity: bold ideas for planning communities The School of Community and Regional Planning at UBC is excited to announce our upcoming... Read More

Building community through the use of public space in the sharing economy

What happens when fare collectors start to become wise to over-turnstile Bunz trade activity occurring at Ossington subway station... Read More

The Buzz Buzz on Tiny Homes

This month the BC Tiny House Collective has catapulted into the homes of Canadians. On January 15, 2017, Frances Bula, a long-time... Read More

Book Review: Where Are the Women Architects?

Author: Despina Stratigakos (Princeton University Press, 2016) The title says it all. In this poignant, frank, and succinct volume... Read More

Three Cities, Three Paths on Energy Engagement

In Stockholm, planners ponder how to ensure that deep energy retrofits take root in the diverse suburb of Järva, a district with... Read More

Book Review—Eyes on the Street: The Life of Jane Jacobs

Author: Robert Kanigel (Knopf , 2016) Eyes on the Street: The Life of Jane Jacobs is the first significant biography of the woman who... Read More

RELEASE: RAIC Metro Vancouver Art x Architects

The Metro Vancouver Chapter of Architecture Canada held its second annual Art by Architects Silent Auction and Fundraiser on December... Read More