Summer at Churchill Square

Churchill square is Edmonton’s prime downtown public space. However, it still has the capacity for exponential growth regardless of... Read More

Influential Edmontonians: Peter Hemingway

Edmonton’s built environment was strongly defined by its mid-century construction booms. While many buildings of that era are... Read More

EVENT: Designing Downtown

Designing Downtown, one of the largest and richest citizen-driven conversations about urban cores in Canada, returns to Edmonton... Read More

On the Road: Minimum Standards, Part II

Albertan cities are often criticized for their large presence of poor-quality architecture (post-1980s) that you would not normally... Read More

On the Road: Minimum Standards, Part I

This article is a continuation of the editor’s experiences in urbanism from Montreal and Winnipeg during his summer visit... Read More

50 Years of Sport: The Jasper Place Sports Centre

On August 10, 1963 the Jasper Place Sports Centre (9200 163 Street) opened in the former Town of Jasper Place to much fanfare. The... Read More

Urban Excursion: Strathcona Science Park

Built in the late 1970’s but closed only a decade later, the interpretive buildings at the Strathcona Science Park now stand as ruins... Read More

The House That Built a Global Village: Marshall McLuhan House

Over 100 years ago, one of the most important figures in media and communications theory was born in Edmonton. Herbert Marshall... Read More