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

Spacing Ottawa takes a ‘(de)tour': Play and leisure in the Capital

Strathcona Park This past Saturday, nine urban enthusiasts signed up to participate in a special edition of Ottawa... 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

Doors Open Vancouver 2014 Retrospective

Authors: Berçin Janzen, George Poulos and Erick Villagomez Urban life depends of a myriad of interconnected and complex systems. Only... Read More

Paul Bedford Q&A: change Toronto’s governance model

Since Toronto’s amalgamation, there’s been very little re-tooling of the governance model foisted upon the region during... Read More

Old Ottawa at play: The Ottawa Curling Club

The Ottawa Curling Club On October 18, I will be giving a walking tour through Sandy Hill and Lowertown that explores the social... Read More

EVENT: Women Transforming Cities’ 21st Café, October 16th

Looking at the world through rose-coloured glasses may smooth over the rough spots but in a city that isn’t working well for women and... Read More

EVENT: Meet Vancouver’s Sharing Economy, Thursday October 16th

The “sharing economy” is a big buzzword these days, but often the talk is all about big tech giants like Airbnb or Uber. What we don’t... Read More

Oromocto – A New Frontier for Urbanism?

Across North America, many suburban municipalities – characterized by strip malls with thoroughfares built for cars not pedestrians ... Read More

Book Review – The Public Library: A Photographic Essay

Author: Robert Dawson (Photographer) with Bill Moyers (Foreword)and Ann Patchett (Afterword) – (Princeton Architectural Press... Read More