Event: Granville Island 2040, Dec. 3rd

On Saturday, December 3rd, 2016, from 10:30 am – 4:30 pm, the public is invited to the Revue Stage (east side of the Public Market) on... Read More

Is Public Sex in Parks a Public Safety Concern?

By Marsha McLeod and Jen Roberton The presence of public sex in parks is a long standing tradition in urban centres. For some, having... Read More

Hamilton: The benefits of living on the outskirts of cool

Despite its new reputation as a real estate hotbed, Hamilton has yet to be branded as an internationally renowned cultural hub, though... Read More

Lightworks: A Precedent for Preserving Vancouver’s Industrial Heritage?

We’ve all read the stories about Vancouver’s disregard for heritage homes, about the frequent demolition of gorgeous character houses... Read More

Behind the Kensington Market Research Project

Joshua Barker is an Associate Professor of Anthropology at the University of Toronto and the director of the University’s Ethnography... Read More

Bikes and Belonging: helping Toronto feel like home

This post by Yvonne Verlinden is part of Spacing’s partnership with the Toronto Cycling Think & Do Tank at the University of... Read More

EVENT – The Human Scale: Film Screening and Discussion at the Rio, Nov. 8th

The Human Scale: Film Screening and Discussion WHEN: Tuesday, Nov. 8th – Doors and reception 6:00 pm | Movie 7:00 pm WHERE: The... Read More

Book Review: The City That Never Was

Author: Christopher Marcinkoski (Princeton Architectural Press, 2016) The world captured within The City That Never Was by Christopher... Read More

Industrial Magic

What should we do with urban industrial lands? Many that live within rapidly growing cities may argue that this question is extremely... Read More

Bonnie Crombie vs Mississauga’s race-baiters: Are symbolic gestures enough?

Earlier this month, Mississauga mayor Bonnie Crombie was lauded for standing up against racism for the second time in a year. On... Read More