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.

EVENT September 19: PARK(ing) Day

Spacing Edmonton is collaborating with the City of Edmonton in an intervention for PARK(ing) Day hosted by the Drawing Room. Come join... Read More

Edmonton’s Urbanism Headlines: Sept 7 – 14

DOWNTOWN & INFILL Staples: It’s a new day for Edmonton’s downtown [Edmonton Journal] Two hotels slated for downtown Edmonton ‘long... Read More

Edmonton’s Urbanism Headlines: Sept 1 – 7

CITY POLITICS Interesting analysis on Edmonton’s City Councillors based on how they vote [City Blocs] Edmonton overdue for... Read More

Papaschase: “Big Woodpecker”

To relocate the Métis-Cree away from Fort Edmonton and the highly-valued North Saskatchewan River, negotiations were made to create... Read More

Edmonton’s Urbanism Headlines: Aug 18 – 24

YEGFOOD Urban farm wins over Garneau neighbours after rocky start [CBC] Alberta Open Farm Days offers city slickers a chance to see... Read More

Edmonton’s Urbanism Headlines: Aug 4 – 10

DEVELOPMENT City hall expects $3B bill for new Edmonton neighbourhoods, makes plans for more infill housing [Edmonton Journal... Read More

Today in History: Black Friday, Tornado ’87

27 years ago, Edmonton was struck by a F4 tornado that killed 27 people, injured over 300, and caused more than $332.27 million in... Read More

Edmonton’s Urbanism Headlines: July 21 – 27

HERITAGE & CULTURE 100 years of Calder [Edmonton City as Museum] Purple City: an Edmonton tradition [Edmonton City As Museum... Read More

Five Short, Linear Stories on the LRT

This story was originally written for the Edmonton City as Museum Project (ECAMP) website launch. ECAMP, an initiative under the... Read More

Edmonton Today: Ash Fog

A haze from forest fires blankets over Edmonton on July 16, 2014. Overlooking the River Valley from Edmonton House. Before and After... Read More