Why Saving One House from Honda Demolition Matters

HALIFAX – Steele Auto Group has started the demolition of 19 homes to expand a Honda dealership in the core of the Halifax... Read More

Saint John: Photos of an underappreciated city

SAINT JOHN, NEW BRUNSWICK — Saint John, more than anything else, is an industrial port city. It is a city that faces challenges, but... Read More

Spacing announces the 2016 recipients of the Jane Jacobs Prize

It is with great pleasure that Spacing announces that Leslie Chudovsky and Luke Anderson are the 2016 recipients of the Jane Jacobs... Read More

How to Build Safer Cities for LGBTQ Residents

For many marginalized groups, ‘public safety’ is never assumed. Recent debates on bathroom access for trans people, accounts of police... Read More

PODCAST: Spacing Radio 002 reveals the Jane Jacobs Prize winners

Spacing Magazine is proud to announce the winners of the 2016 Jane Jacobs Prize, and Spacing Radio has in depth interviews with this... Read More

UrbSanity: Remedial lesson on sharing shared space

Now that I spend most of my time in Montreal, I rely more and more on media (social and traditional) to keep up to date on Ottawa’s... Read More

How to prioritize the safety of women on the TTC

This week, city council approved a motion by Kristyn Wong-Tam to review city services “to eliminate any existing bias against women... Read More

Misleading Leaside: Lobbyists score a hat trick with digital billboard

Outfront Media wants to construct a massive digital billboard in the residential community of Leaside. The problem is, no one wants... Read More

For the moment: The Prince of Wales Park

In 1880, a railway bridge was constructed, linking Ottawa, Ontario to Hull (now Gatineau), Quebec.  This bridge, known as the Prince of... Read More

THE ARTFUL CITY: The Role of Community Arts in Toronto’s Public Art Landscape

By: Jeff Biggar I recently joined residents in Mabelle Park to celebrate ‘Iftar Nights’, a sundown celebration to break the fast... Read More