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.

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

Edmonton’s Urbanism Headlines: July 7 – 12

FOOD & AG Edmonton councillors approve urban bee pilot project [Metro] Garden centre flowers test positive for pesticide harmful... Read More

Accessible Signage for Edmonton Transit

Legible communication is something that Edmonton Transit (ETS) should strive for. To save the trouble for those having difficulty... Read More

Edmonton urbanism headlines: June 23 – 28

YEGFOOD Downtown Edmonton’s Sobeys on 104 Street will close its doors on July 31 [Mastermaq] Sobeys closure a ‘minor hiccup’ for... Read More

Edmonton urbanism headlines: June 9 – 15

FOOD & AGRICULTURE EVENT: The Edmonton Food Council to host a discussion about community gardens June 24 [Edmonton Journal... Read More

Edmonton urbanism headlines: June 2 – 8

DEVELOPMENT City could earn $45M from Blatchford redevelopment: report [Edmonton Journal] Telus Field thrown a curve ball as city... Read More

A City of Design

Author’s note: I am mixed on the proposed redesign of the Stanley Milner. I believe that there are improvements demonstrated in... Read More

Edmonton urbanism headlines: May 26 – June 1

DOWNTOWN City closer to changing downtown Edmonton parking lot, putting up paradise [Metro] Edmonton councillors dig into downtown... Read More