Modernism in Vancouver Part One: Post War Idealism

Early Vancouver architecture was epitomized by wood and stone structures, heavy on terra cotta detailing. After the First World War... Read More

NXT City Prize: The archeology of Andrew Stewart

The NXT CITY PRIZE is all about vision to reimagine Toronto’s public spaces and inject a sense of energy, dynamism and reflexivity... Read More

Toronto’s secret Viking heritage

The Vikings probably aren’t the first people who leap to mind when you think of Toronto’s heritage. After all, we’re... Read More

Five Short, Linear Stories on the LRT

This story was originally written for the Edmonton City as Museum Project (ECAMP) website launch. ECAMP, an initiative under the... Read More

As the city, and the City, held its breath: Opening night at Lansdowne Park

As opening night kick off approached at 7pm this past Friday night, you could feel the collective buzz in the air as the golden hour... Read More

Remembering the Rogers Road streetcar

Intersection of Rogers and Old Weston Roads, looking west, August 4, 1972 From Toronto Archives – Fonds 1526, File 72, Item 61... Read More

Neighbourhood Walk: Taking a stroll along Uptown Rideau

Today we bring you the third in a series of neighbourhood photo essays by Spacing Ottawa contributor Christopher Ryan, as we take a... Read More

Vancouver Tour has a Musqueam Perspective

The Vancouver Heritage Foundation is piloting a project with the Musqueam Indian Band to offer a tour of Vancouver from a slightly... Read More

The guy Toronto was originally named after — and his big sex scandal

This column towers above the city of London, England in one of the prominent spots in town. It’s at the top of some stairs just... Read More

Image of the Past: Ottawa’s Summer Houses

Image: Summer House Location: Parliament Hill, Ottawa Date of photo: Pre 1900 (exact date unknown) Photographer/Source: Samuel J... Read More