Release: CoV Council Approves Historic Plan for Northeast False Creek

On February 13, Vancouver City Council voted to move forward with a bold plan for Northeast False Creek that will revitalize the... Read More

What’s next for Old City Hall

Originally published on the Ryerson City Builders Institute Big changes are coming to one of Toronto’s most treasured buildings. The... Read More

Vancouver’s Chinatown: The Dichotomy of Past and Present – Part 2

This is the second part of Spacing Vancouver’s Ulduz Maschaykh interview with prominent Real Estate Marketer and Art Collector... Read More

Vancouver’s Chinatown: The Dichotomy of Past and Present – Part 1

Vancouver’s Chinatown is one of the city’s oldest neighbourhoods. Initially it developed as a segregated enclave along Carrall... Read More

Hidden Intelligence: Preserving Historic Settlement Patterns

Humanity’s collective drive towards urbanization within the past century has gone hand-in-hand with the mindless erasure and... Read More

Revisited ‘To Kill A Mockingbird’ at Buddies shines a spotlight on racialized labour

Harper Lee’s “To Kill A Mockingbird” is most remembered for the 1962 film adaptation starring Gregory Peck as Atticus Finch, a... Read More

Vancouver’s urban agriculture movement

SETTING THE STAGE FOR URBAN AGRICULTURE IN VANCOUVER: GLOBALIZATION & NEOLIBERALISM While globalization has come to be a... Read More

LORINC: City needs to be thoughtful on how to run Museum of Toronto

UPDATE: The executive committee adopted the report, with an amendment from Scarborough councillor Paul Ainslie, asking city staff to... Read More

Women Mobility Survey and #UrbanDesign4Women Twitter Chat

RELEASE: Slow Streets Have you ever wondered if our city streets, mobility networks, and public spaces could be redesigned to enhance... Read More

The curious state of cycling in Japan

When we look for examples of great cycling cities or countries, we often look to Denmark or the Netherlands. For a good reason, of... Read More