50 Objects That Define Toronto: TTC Transfer

Spacing teamed up with FIBE TV1 last year to create a series based on our first book 50 Objects That Define Toronto. Once a week we... Read More

Notes from Italy

“To make this course of action clear to my French readers, I must explain that in Italy, a country very far away from us, people... Read More

Book Review: Friedman House

Written by Richard Cavell, ORO Editions (2017) UBC SALA West Coast Modern House Series Following Dr. Friedman’s passing, the fate of... Read More

50 Objects That Define Toronto: Old City Hall Gargoyles

Spacing teamed up with FIBE TV1 last year to create a series based on our first book 50 Objects That Define Toronto. Once a week we... Read More

Vancouver’s Built Legacy: Transitioning a DTES Jail to Affordable Living

Steps from Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside police headquarters, stands a former jail that once haunted the community even beyond its... Read More

Computer love: Toronto’s first electronic dates

Bill McNeil and Judy Perry were among the first people ever fixed up by a computer. In 1957, three decades before the first dating... Read More

Maintaining History: Preserving Special Sites through Good Maintenance

Vancouver’s historic buildings and streetscapes offer diverse residential and commercial spaces and contribute numerous benefits for a... Read More

Book Review – Villages in the City: A Guide to South China’s Informal Settlements

Editor: Stefan Al (University of Hawai’i Press, 2014) Although writing and research on informal settlements has increased... Read More

50 Objects That Define Toronto: CCM Bicycles

Spacing teamed up with FIBE TV1 last year to create a series based on our first book 50 Objects That Define Toronto. Once a week we... Read More

Event: Crimetown: Vancouver–Vancouver Public Library, November 30

When: Thursday November 30; 7:00 p.m. Where: Vancouver Public Library; 350 West Georgia Street (Alice MacKay Room... Read More