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: 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

Edmonton urbanism headlines: December 1 – 6

CAPITAL BUDGET Downtown Library, Winspear Centre, and Telus World of Science will be making big push for donors [Metro News] Funding... Read More

Continuing the Great Bus Debate: Time to Revisit Pulse Transit?

Thanks to coverage by the Journal’s Elise Stolte, there has been healthy debate on the vision of Edmonton Transit’s network and... Read More

Edmonton urbanism headlines: November 17 – 23

DOWNTOWN City Neon Museum ‘just the beginning’ with seven more signs [City of Edmonton] Catalyst Theatre on the move to the... Read More

Edmonton urbanism headlines: November 3 – 9

GET INVOLVED Celebrate Métis Week November 9 -16 by checking out the many events around Edmonton [Alberta Metis] Nov 12: Submission... Read More

Edmonton urbanism headlines: October 20 – 26

CITY POLITICS It’s time to re-examine the scope of municipal powers [Globe and Mail] Iveson reflects on his first year as Edmonton... Read More

Edmonton urbanism headlines: Oct 6 – Oct 12

DEVELOPMENT Delta hotel announced for Edmonton’s arena district [Edmonton Journal] Road sale in Edmonton arena district... Read More

Opinion: Entrance sign debate needs refocus

Fueled by a manic combination of civic pride and shame, Edmonton Council is reopening discussions on the look of the city’s... Read More