PAN AM PATH: Summer of art in Toronto

Of all the events happening around the Pan and Parapan Am Games this summer, the Pan Am Path Art Relay could be the most innovative... Read More

The TTC is the set of a late night talk show

A Toronto comedian is using the TTC subway as the studio for his makeshift late night talk show. Host Matt O’Brien interviews guests... Read More

Reclaiming Spaces/Places: Revealing a forgotten Indigenous visual narrative in Peterborough

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

BOOK REVIEW – Beautiful Users: Designing for People

Beautiful Users: Designing for People is the latest work by writer, curator, and designer Ellen Lupton, which explores the evolving... Read More

A Made-in-Vancouver Experience: The Vancouver Special

“There’s a shared sense of experience that comes from living in a Vancouver Special that’s uniquely Vancouver and that cuts across so... Read More

Artists to take over Chester station newsstand

A shuttered Gateway Newstand kiosk in Chester station will be opening up for business — and it’ll be showcasing more than just candy... Read More

Book Review – Shore to Shore: The Art of Ts’uts’umult Luke Marston

Author: Suzanne Fournier (Harbour Publishing, 2014) To grow up in a country that is so rich with First Nation’s culture is truly... Read More

“Fun and frolic” at a Toronto double hanging

“The morning broke dark and gloomy, and with the first faint streaks of early dawn the workmen were industriously employed in... Read More

Main Streets: At the Heart of Vancouver’s Communities

Main streets enliven downtowns everywhere. The mix of public spaces with a diverse array of heritage buildings and new developments... Read More

Urbsanity: Great Architects, Great Stories

With January already out of the way, 2015 is shaping up to be a very interesting year for Ottawa. During the past 12 months the... Read More