Communities that grow together: Ottawa’s Community Gardens

Across the city the care-free days of summer are swiftly changing into the shorter, cooler days of autumn. While saying goodbye to... Read More

Image of the Moment: The beginnings of Fall in the Nation’s Capital

Image: The beginnings of Fall in the Nation’s Capital Location: Looking East from Prince of Wales Drive, across the Central... Read More

10 NO BRAINERS: Open the Core to Food Trucks

10 No Brainers to Make Toronto More Awesome! is a project of the Centre for City Ecology that highlights small, achievable actions at... Read More

10 NO BRAINERS: Foster Fruit Trees

10 No Brainers to Make Toronto More Awesome! is a project of the Centre for City Ecology that highlights small, achievable actions at... Read More

An interview with Martin Buffam, designer of Ottawa’s first Biodome Garden

With the recent opening of the first biodome garden in Ottawa, Spacing Ottawa had the opportunity to speak with the designer of the... Read More

Urban Voids as Transcultural Spaces

Editor’s note: This is the seventh post in a series by students at the John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and Design... Read More

Aquaponics: urban agriculture outpacing regulation

A startup sees a place to grow in Toronto’s derelict warehouses, but it will have to overcome the city’s zoning regulations first... Read More

Lake Sturgeon, Nemêw, Buffalo of the Water

Unlike the river valley, I feel as though not many Edmontonians have a strong connection to the North Saskatchewan River. We do not... 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