Active Fiction Project on until Nov. 23

The Active Fiction Project Have you ever wanted to walk through your favourite novel? Now’s your chance – come and check... Read More

A Century After 1914: Vancouver’s War Memorials

Across Canada there are over 6,000 monuments and cenotaphs dedicated to remembering those who fought in the Great War (1914-18). This... Read More

Release – Megaphone releases first ever report on homeless deaths in B.C.

Homelessness can be fatal, yet deaths associated with being homeless are largely preventable, according to the first ever report... Read More

EVENTS – Design Sundays: Housing for a connected city

Design Sundays is a series of playful explorations at the Museum of Vancouver around the theme of Housing for a Connected City. We... Read More

RELEASE: Megaphone to release report on homeless deaths in B.C., Nov. 6th

What:  Release of ‘Dying on the Streets,’ report on homeless deaths in B.C. Where:  480 Smithe St., Vancouver, B.C... 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

Reclaiming Spaces/Places: Restoring Indigenous street names in Toronto

Reclaiming Spaces/Places is an ongoing series written by Lacey McRae Williams that shares stories of Indigenous resurgence through... Read More

Toronto’s mayoral election in four maps

Over the past three decades, Toronto has become an increasingly divided city, economically and racially.  And those divisions were... Read More

‘Poetic expressions of social justice’: A night with architect Gregory Henriquez

Last Monday, October 20th, 2014, saw the second lecture in the Azrieli School’s Forum Lecture Series, bringing architect and Carleton... Read More

A reflection on the events of October 22, 2014, in Ottawa

National War Memorial – Oct 23 2014  The National War Memorial, situated within the triangular expanse of Confederation Square... Read More