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

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