Event: Walk & Talk — Olympic Village as a Giant Sponge, November 4

Via Walk Bike Roll Vancouver: Vancouver is famous for its rain, but as a city, we can do more with it than just watch it fall from the... Read More

A million Canadian post-war homes

The Camisso family never expected a parade when they bought their first house, a little suburban bungalow in the new Wishing Well... Read More

Video: “Resilience” Nest Community Mural 2017

The “Resilience” Nest Community Mural is located at 121 Heatley Ave. Via Vimeo: Thank you to Community Arts Council of Vancouver... Read More

Book Review: The Visual Biography of Color

Author: Frank Jacobus (ORO Editions, 2016) Like so many wonderful facets of world that permeate our lives, colour is often taken for... Read More

Video Vancouver: Meditation Park

Via The Tyee: An East Van Family Story in ‘Meditation Park’ It’s a movie filmed in Vancouver that actually takes place in Vancouver... Read More

Two-Cities: Ottawa/Montréal

Living in Ottawa, it is hard to escape the shadow and allure of Montreal and its near mythic status of urban utopia. After living in... Read More

The parking garage of the future!

In the 1950s and 60s, Toronto, like cities all over the world, struggled with challenges delivered by the rise of the private... Read More

Book Review – Thirtyfour Campgrounds

Author: Martin Hogue (The MIT Press, 2016) I first came across Martin Hogue‘s work in an online search for landscape architects... Read More

An Invasion? An Invitation? An Importation? Mechanical Monsters and Giants in the Streets

by Rebecca Clare Dolgoy From Thursday July 27th to Sunday July 30th, La Machine – a French-based street theatre company – made their... Read More

EVENT: Interactive Feature under Cambie Bridge, Aug 15-Sept 24

UNINTERRUPTED takes audiences on the extraordinary journey of Pacific salmon by projecting breathtaking cinematography right across... Read More