Edmonton urbanism headlines: March 15 – 22

URBAN DEVELOPMENT Summers: Neighbourhoods can, and should, evolve [Edmonton Journal] Edmonton councillor hopes to take mistrust out of... Read More

Edmonton urbanism headlines: February 9 – 16

NATIONAL URBAN POLITICS Canada’s infrastructure gap is widest in big cities [Globe and Mail] 18 mayors can’t be wrong: Why Ottawa... Read More

Edmonton urbanism headlines: January 26 – February 1

WINTER CITY Iveson: For the Love of Winter [doniveson.ca] Embracing Edmonton’s winter through new urban design... Read More

Edmonton urbanism headlines: December 29 – January 11

YEG WINTER Community dreams of an ice bridge across the North Saskatchewan [Edmonton Journal] Shake-Up Festival and Market to... Read More

City of Vancouver Urban Design Studio: R.I.P 2004 – 2014

It is with great sadness that Spacing Vancouver must report the unofficial “death” of the City of Vancouver’s highly... Read More

Edmonton urbanism headlines: November 24 – 30

URBAN DEVELOPMENT Simons: Financial woes halt construction of Ukrainian museum [Edmonton Journal] Strathcona home ordered torn down... Read More

Visual Thoughts #47

Last VT image: Autumn at John Hendry Park, Vancouver. *** Erick Villagomez is one of the founding editors at Spacing Vancouver. He is... Read More

Edmonton urbanism headlines: November 10 – 16

URBAN DEVELOPMENT Condo developer Brad Lamb says Edmonton ‘rink’ brought his attention back to the city [Edmonton Sun... Read More

Vancouver Civic Election Debate Livens Up with “Last Candidate Standing”

Civic elections typically have the lowest voter turnout, especially amongst the under-35 set. In other words, good luck in getting... Read More

The False Creek Pump Station

On Saturday October 4th, the City of Vancouver hosted Doors Open Vancouver, a unique event which provided a rare opportunity for... Read More