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’s urbanism headlines: July 20 – 26

TRANSPORT Edmonton city staff hand back national award as bike lanes removed [Edmonton Journal] Why don’t more women cycle to work... Read More

Edmonton’s urbanism headlines: June 29 – July 5

TRANSPORT Why trucks keep getting stuck under the High Level Bridge [Edmonton Journal] Why some of Edmonton’s taxi drivers welcome... Read More

Reimagine YEG: Blatchford Control Tower

Image rendering created by Michael Zabinski. The image is fictional and does not serve as official material for the Blatchford... Read More

Edmonton’s urbanism headlines: June 15 – 21

TRANSPORT Oliver community seeking opinions on Jasper Avenue renewal [CTV News] New ETS scheduling software module saves $27 million... Read More

Edmonton’s urbanism headlines: June 8 – 14

TRANSPORT City eyes further retail expansion, transit-oriented development for Edmonton Transit [Metro News] Poor transit options... Read More

Edmonton’s urbanism headlines: June 1 – 7

TRUTH & RECONCILIATION Read the Summary of the Final Report of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada here [TRC... Read More

Old Strathcona Farmers’ Market should see opportunity in park proposal

Proposals for a park along Gateway Boulevard from Whyte Avenue to Saskatchewan Drive were not warmly received by some businesses, the... Read More

Edmonton’s urbanism headlines: May 25 – 31

TRANSPORT Metro LRT delayed, not yet ‘reliable’ says city [CBC] Thales Vs. Edmonton: A bumpy LRT ride ahead [Metro News... Read More

The picnic tables at Amiskwaskahegan need to go!

An article in Metro Edmonton last week described Amiskwaskahegan (also known as Beaver Hills House Park) as a ‘drug park’ that is... Read More

Architorture: The Glass Box

Drawing by David Holdsworth. Read More