Urban greenways can reduce neighbourhood carbon emissions

Cities working to prioritize active transportation with the aim of reducing neighbourhood carbon emissions now has some of the first... Read More

Sparks of Life at Carlton and Jarvis: Examining Equilibrium

With its high-rises and construction sites, Toronto can often feel overbearingly grey. That greyness is now being met with a blast of... Read More

Event: Help Shape The Courtyard – August 23rd and 24th

The Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden in collaboration with Dunefield Consulting invited young, emerging entrepreneurs to sell... Read More

Event: Bike the Night, Vancouver’s Largest On-Street Bike Ride – Sept 15th

HUB Cycling is organizing BC’s only fully permitted, open streets night ride again on Saturday, September 15, 2018. “The... Read More

Hard Questions about Vancouver’s New Affordability Approach

Guest authors: Patrick Condon & Scot Hein [Editor’s note: UBC Professor of Urban Design Patrick Condon dropped his candidacy for... Read More

PODCAST: Spacing Radio 025, “Until We’re Safe”

In this episode, we discuss the problems with policing in Toronto. Alok Mukherjee was Chair of the Toronto Police Services Board from... Read More

Video Vancouver: Chinatown Divided

Are new developments an opportunity or a threat to Chinatown? Here’s About Here‘s attempt to explore both sides of this issue. Read More

Release: Granville Island Seeking Ideas for New Arts & Innovation Hub

CMHC-Granville Island launched a Call for Ideas today regarding the redevelopment of the former Emily Carr University of Art and... Read More

Alleys, Laneways and Life Between Buildings

Did you notice the laneways you passed this morning? Those grey strips of concrete used to store cars and garbage? If you missed these... Read More

Creating child-friendly cities

by Dr. Judy Farvolden, Josh Fullan and Angela Ma Ask a kid what makes a great city and you’ll get answers that sound like those any... Read More