50 Objects That Define Toronto: Viljo Revell’s City Hall Model

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

The City of Illusions – Part 1

The distribution of wealth and the shape and form of cities are intimately related.  As such, Thomas Picketty’s bestselling Capital in... Read More

EVENT – Eve Lazarus presents Canada’s Sherlock Holmes, Thursday March 22

When: Thursday March 22, 7:30 p.m. Where: The Vancouver Historical Society at the Museum of Vancouver, 1100 Chestnut... Read More

Book Review – Redesigning Gridded Cities: Key Examples

Author: Joan Busquets with Pablo Perez-Ramos, Nikos Katsikis, Christina Crawford, Dingliang Yang (Applied Research + Design... Read More

50 Objects That Define Toronto: Hungarian Wooden Platter

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

Saving History: the life’s work of Inspector Vance, Vancouver’s first forensic investigator

In July 2016, several large cardboard boxes filled with photographs, clippings, forensic samples, and case notes predating 1950, and... Read More

50 Objects That Define Toronto: Hurricane Hazel High-water Mark

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

Book Review – Sustenance: Writers from BC and Beyond on the Subject of Food

Editor: Rachel Rose (Anvil Press, 2017) Sustenance, edited by Poet Laureate of Vancouver Rachel Rose is a compilation of 231 short... Read More

Space Junk Made in Ottawa

The first human artifacts appeared in space in the late 1950s: strange and beautiful satellites, many of which remain in orbit today... Read More

EVENT: Making the Toronto Museum vision a reality

WHEN: Wednesday, March 28, 2018 WHERE: Innis Town Hall, 2 Sussex Ave (UofT St. George campus) TIME: 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm (doors open at... Read More