Paul Giang grew up exploring Edmonton’s landscape, which led him to become an ecologist and urbanist. After studying in Montreal and India, he came back to Edmonton to rediscover and share what he loves about the city.

Edmonton urbanism headlines: February 17 – 22

HERITAGE High repair costs make future uncertain for historic downtown McDougall United Church [Edmonton Journal] Simons: McDougall... Read More

5 things ETS could improve for new users

Whether you just moved into town or have never taken public transit before, riding Edmonton Transit System (ETS) can be stressful... Read More

Edmonton urbanism headlines: February 2 – 8

URBAN POLITICS Canada’s big city mayors ready to push urban agenda [Globe and Mail] Canada’s big city mayors confident of clout... Read More

Edmonton urbanism headlines: January 19 – 25

TRANSPORT City of Edmonton now cautiously optimistic of Metro line opening in May [Metro News] Valley Line LRT work to shut down 102nd... Read More

Edmonton urbanism headlines: January 12 – 18

ECONOMY & DEVELOPMENT Edmonton Economic Development Corporation believes city can survive cheap oil [Metro News] Recap: Edmonton’s... Read More

10 urban interventions that made Edmonton shine in 2014

Editor’s note: I know it’s a bit late to be posting a 2014 review… but whatever! Spacing Edmonton’s blog was... Read More

Edmonton urbanism headlines: December 22 – 28

Season’s Greetings everyone and a Happy New Year! TRANSPORT Future of smartfare on Edmonton transit dependent on provincial... Read More

Edmonton urbanism headlines: December 14 – 21

STATE OF YEG In hopes of renewal, Edmonton moves to drop ‘City of Champions’ motto [Globe and Mail] Five storylines as Edmonton seeks... Read More

Throwback Thursday: Richelieu Hotel

The Vancouver Art Gallery hosted an exhibit titled “Grand Hotels” which explored how hotels have evolved from what they... Read More

Why are Jasper and Whyte Ave 7 Lanes Wide?

Editor’s note: this post has been updated from its original to add detail. People often point to Jasper and Whyte as unfortunate... Read More