How Toronto invented the PC, then forgot about it

The Royal York Hotel, September 25, 1973. Computer experts Mers Kutt, Gordon Ramer, Ted Edwards, and Reg Rea are standing around a... Read More

Welcome to your private nuclear fallout shelter

In 1959, the builders of Regency Acres, a 700-home subdivision in Aurora, Ontario, offered something no other homebuilder in the... Read More

RELEASE: New CCPA Initiative – A Conversation on Climate Justice Call for Participation

Are you concerned about climate change, but unsure how it may impact you, your community, our province? Do you wonder how to make a... Read More

Storymobile is telling Canada’s Main Street stories from Mimico to the Maritimes

If you’ve travelled through Mimico – a waterfront neighbourhood in Toronto’s west end – during the last few months... Read More

Gaming the City

“Everything is related to everything else, but near things are more related than distant things.” Waldo R. Tobler Mayor... Read More

MESLIN: The myth of the five-week election

As the dust settles from the 2014 municipal election and political commentators begin to reflect on what happened, two common themes... Read More

Moving beyond #OpenArtYEG

David Rauch is a machine. He has been in Edmonton for less than a year and he has already deployed a number of pianos throughout the... Read More

Fairview may lose out due to Halifax’s Arena Strategy

HALIFAX  – Almost two years ago, Old HRM made a decision that New Halifax will try and contort itself into, or out of…or maybe a... Read More