Transit transformation, part 2: the importance of Scarborough’s community spaces

With Mahira Khan, Alexander Nazarov, Anastasiia Ostrovskaia, and Mikayla Sinclair In this “Transit Transformation” series, University... Read More

ELECTION: Population disparities between Toronto’s 25 wards

In July 2018, in the middle of Toronto’s last municipal election, the newly elected Progressive Conservative provincial... Read More

ELECTION: Open wards and the power of incumbency

As part of Spacing Toronto’s coverage of the 2022 municipal election, cartographer Sean Marshall is creating maps revealing some... Read More

PODCAST: Spacing Radio 067, Toronto Election: the case against a strong mayor system

Another election, another surprise announcement from Premier Doug Ford that throws it all into disarray. Ford’s proposal for... Read More

VIDEO: Why does the Vancouver Plan matter to you?

On July 22, 2022, Vancouver City Council approved the Vancouver Plan, a citywide land use strategy to create a more livable... Read More

ELECTION: The next term of council is a time to mobilize

As Toronto’s fall elections begin to take form in the mid-summer heat, the message from a chorus of departing councillors couldn’t be... Read More

ELECTION: Rethinking progressive populism

If I’m a populist, it’s because I’m with the majority. And the majority want to live in a city with dignity. For decades, my practice... Read More

PODCAST: Spacing Radio 066, Toronto Election Engagement

The Toronto municipal election is underway, and we’ll be spending the summer bringing you coverage, all the way up to E-Day on... Read More

The Bentway kicks off a packed summer

Tucked under The Bentway by the Strachan Gate, the Bentway hosted its STREET series summit kick-off weekend on May 27-28. The Bentway... Read More

LORINC: This fall’s election shouldn’t be a victory lap

Mayor John Tory was out and about late last week, talking up what was billed as a plan to revive the city’s economy but which... Read More