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

Architecture + Nature: A talk by architect Raymond Moriyama

This past Saturday, Canadian architect Raymond Moriyama spoke as part of the closing event of Ottawa’s inaugural Winter Design... Read More

Image of the Past: Skating at Rideau Hall, 1915

Image: Skating, Rideau Hall Location: Rideau Hall, Ottawa, Canada Date of photo: 1915 Photographer/Source: Basil Reid/Library and... Read More

Visual Thoughts #49

Last VT image: Dundas Square Christmas Tree, Toronto. *** Erick Villagomez is one of the founding editors at Spacing Vancouver. He is... Read More

A Crack of Light, A Crack of Hope – A Night with Daniel Libeskind

Daniel Libeskind, in conversation with Professor Stephen Fai Speaking poignantly the night before the 70th anniversary of the... Read More