Edmonton’s urbanism headlines: November 16 – 22

URBAN DEVELOPMENT Edmonton’s Architecture: Shape of things to come [Globe and Mail] Edmonton’s Ice District development spurring... Read More

Water Urbanisms

Vancouver is a rainy city surrounded by water. It is part of the Pacific Northwest, a place whose regional identity is almost wholly... Read More

Solving The Housing Crisis at SFU: Part 2

Yesterday, we highlight the speakers and issues discussed at the SFU’s Housing in the City Beyond The Headlines storytelling event... Read More

Solving The Housing Crisis at SFU: Part 1

In 2007, Miloon Kothari, the United Nations Special Rapporteur on the Right for Adequate Housing,  called Canada’s housing situation... Read More

Halloween For Planning Nerds: CANDY DENSITY

Halloween is an Urbanist Holiday (shhh don’t tell anybody) Halloween as a Holiday – more than any other – is about neighbourhood. It... Read More

Edmonton’s urbanism headlines: October 5 – 12

NATIONAL URBAN ISSUES Federal parties promise Edmonton LRT funding [Metro Edmonton] Canada needs a strong advocate for cities... Read More

Edmonton’s urbanism headlines: September 21 – 27

WHITE NIGHT!  Photos: Edmonton’s 1st Nuit Blanche art party draws enthusiastic crowd [CBC Edmonton] Photos: 2015 Nuit Blanche... Read More

This Is Edmonton: Park(ing) Day 2015

Edmonton’s second annual Park(ing) Day was held last Friday, temporarily occupying numerous parking stalls on Namêw (97 Street... Read More

Edmonton’s urbanism headlines: Aug 24 – Sep 7

LRT and TRANSIT Late night bus service starts Sept. 6 [Edmonton Journal] Smith: Edmonton transit: Waiting for the city brass to do... Read More

Edmonton’s urbanism headlines: Aug 10 – 16

TRANSPORTATION Edmonton’s Metro Line to start operating at slower speeds Sept. 6 [Edmonton Journal] Simons: City trains its sights on... Read More