What is the value of remote?

While I agree, in general, that the river valley should be accessible to all abilities and mobilities, I do not agree that all of the... Read More

Edmonton’s Lost Chinese Market Gardens

If you visit the City of Edmonton Archives, a search for “market gardens” in the Henderson’s City Directory for 1932, turns up several... Read More

Placemaking beyond the River Valley: Part II

In my previous post, I talked about the need for quality public spaces outside of the river valley and ravines. Not all Edmontonians... Read More

Placemaking beyond the River Valley: Part I

Like every other Edmontonian, I love the river valley. Without doubt, it’s the main physical feature that defines our city. This... Read More

Sense of Place in the River Valley through Cycling

While talking with my friend one night after an autumn bike ride through the River Valley he said “Edmonton would be the worst place... Read More

The World’s Top Public Spaces

Editor’s Note: For the upcoming weeks, a series of articles focusing on public spaces will appear on Spacing Edmonton. First up... Read More

Edmonton’s urbanism headlines: April 28 to May 3

HERITAGE Edmonton’s Harbin Gate immortalized in set of new stamps honouring Chinatowns [Global] Herzog: The Brewery in... Read More

Launch Event Recap: Photo Contest

We are proud to present the winning entry of Spacing Edmonton’s April photo contest submitted by Chris. Chris will receive two free... Read More

Remembering Indigenous Edmonton: a journey through plants

When I was little, my Dad used to take us through the river valley and point out the places where houses used to stand, before the... Read More