Edmonton urbanism headlines: February 17 – 22

HERITAGE High repair costs make future uncertain for historic downtown McDougall United Church [Edmonton Journal] Simons: McDougall... 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: February 2 – 8

URBAN POLITICS Canada’s big city mayors ready to push urban agenda [Globe and Mail] Canada’s big city mayors confident of clout... 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: January 19 – 25

TRANSPORT City of Edmonton now cautiously optimistic of Metro line opening in May [Metro News] Valley Line LRT work to shut down 102nd... Read More

Edmonton urbanism headlines: January 12 – 18

ECONOMY & DEVELOPMENT Edmonton Economic Development Corporation believes city can survive cheap oil [Metro News] Recap: Edmonton’s... Read More

UrbSanity: Brutal heritage

Ottawa Public Library, photo by Sheldon DeFilippi Brutalist architecture is like the blind date who has a great personality. And we... 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

Edmonton urbanism headlines: December 22 – 28

Season’s Greetings everyone and a Happy New Year! TRANSPORT Future of smartfare on Edmonton transit dependent on provincial... Read More

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