The urban park at Lansdowne Park: An interview with the project’s design leads

In the moments leading up to the official opening of the new urban park at Lansdowne Park, on the afternoon of August 15, 2014... Read More

De-constructing the walking tour: OTTAWA (DE)TOURS

Think about everything you think you know about walking tours. Now erase all that. That is the aim of OTTAWA (DE)TOURS, a local... Read More

Meet Bertie the Brain, the world’s first arcade game, built in Toronto

Almost two decades before the first video game found its way into an arcade, the Canadian National Exhibition hosted a strange... Read More

Building the Bicycle Culture We Want

Make no mistake, Vancouver has made some tremendous strides as a cycling city in the past five years: the Burrard Bridge, Dunsmuir... Read More

Playful urbanism: Ottawa ‘sets the stage’

For the past couple of years Sarah Gelbard and Kent Aitken have been on separate missions to get the people of Ottawa to pause and... Read More

NXT City Prize: Adil Dhalla creates happiness

The NXT CITY PRIZE is all about vision to reimagine Toronto’s public spaces and inject a sense of energy, dynamism and reflexivity... Read More

Photo du jour: BleuCycle by White and White

Location of photograph: 65 Sherbrooke street east Date of photo: June 14 2014 Photographer: Martin New at Montreal in Pictures Read More

Video Vancouver: There Goes the Gayborhood

There Goes the Gayborhood is a new book by Amin Ghaziani that explores how and why gay neighborhoods are changing. Read More

Bangor, Maine — Beyond the outlet stores & how a small-sized city is nudging back at bad planning

Travelling up the I-95… It was a sweltering Saturday, late morning.  I was sitting in a deli in downtown Bangor, and while downtown... Read More

NXT City Prize: the creative placemaking of Tim Jones

The NXT CITY PRIZE is all about vision to reimagine Toronto’s public spaces and inject a sense of energy, dynamism and reflexivity... Read More