The independent Toronto Republic of Rathnelly

To celebrate the Centennial, on Saturday, June 10,  1967, the roughly 400 residents of Rathnelly Ave. and several nearby streets... Read More

Video Vancouver: across false creek.

By: egor RVNK a friend of mine needed to document site conditions for his architectural research, and thought it would be a great idea... Read More

Video Vancouver: Coal Harbour Deck

Via HCMA Architecture + Design: A new kind of public space that re-engages Vancouver’s water. There’s a seeming paradox in... Read More

Book Review From The Stacks: Proceed and Be Bold

Author: Andrea Oppenheimer Dean (Princeton Architectural Press – 2005) Proceed and Be Bold checks in on Rural Studio under the... Read More

Cold Case Vancouver: the city’s most baffling unsolved murders

[Editor’s Note: We are being treated today with this excerpt from a chapter in Cold Case Vancouver: the city’s most baffling... Read More

Remembering the ill-fated CN Turbo train

On December 10, 1968, a sleek new locomotive glided out from the sooty train shed at Toronto’s Union Station. Streamlined and... Read More

Events Guide: Walking the Debris Field: A Natural History

HALIFAX – The Narratives in Space and Time Society (NiS+TS) is having a public art walking event this Sunday (December 6... Read More

Book Review – 100 Diagrams That Changed the World

It all begins with a diagram. In architecture, it is the grand design of the floor plan; in mathematics, it is the graphic... Read More

How the TTC lost and found its subway style

Not many people could have known that behind the advertising billboards on the platform of College station was something no-one had... Read More

The cold war siren system Toronto never used

At Dundas West and Shaw, near Trinity-Bellwoods Park, there’s a conspicuous piece of Canada’s Cold War history. On top of... Read More