PODCAST: Spacing Radio 023, Winning Women

If you can read this, the 2018 Toronto election has begun! Toronto City Council has a problem when it comes to gender parity and... Read More

Release: Living in an apartment with kids? Share your experiences

Via City of Vancouver: The City of Vancouver is seeking input from apartment-dwelling families with children to help plan for spaces... Read More

The “Right to Housing” still not realized in BC – why a constitutional amendment may be needed

Despite recent advocacy, a declaration by our Prime Minister that housing rights are human rights, and a record count of homelessness... Read More

THE ARTFUL CITY: The Performance of Revolutionary Feasibility at Nuit Blanche

By: Emily Dickson Talking about revolution can feel futile and racy and urgent and faux pas all at once. Monument to the Century of... Read More

PODCAST: Spacing Radio 021, Pride & Place

We’re celebrating Black History Month with a special episode. Author and placemaker Jay Pitter is our special guest host, and... Read More

A Deeper Dive into Family Friendly Affordable Housing at the Museum of Vancouver

On February 1st the RAIC Metro Vancouver Chapter hosted the second installment of this year’s MOV Built City Speaker Series, titled ‘A... Read More

Video: Vancouver and Surrey join forces for Smart Cities Challenge

The cities of Vancouver and Surrey are partnering together to submit a joint application for the Infrastructure Canada Smart Cities... Read More

PODCAST: Spacing Radio 020, Loose Ends

This episode, we follow up on some stories from last year. We follow up on what became of the Ten Year Tent City in Vacouver with... Read More

Vancouver’s urban agriculture movement

SETTING THE STAGE FOR URBAN AGRICULTURE IN VANCOUVER: GLOBALIZATION & NEOLIBERALISM While globalization has come to be a... Read More

Cartographically Speaking – CoV Elementary School Capacity vs Child Population by Neighbourhood

Click here to see an enlarged version. In September 2016, I unexpectedly received an email from a concerned Vancouverite. She had read... Read More