RELEASE: New Westminster Affordable Housing Projects on Small Sites: Request for Proposals

The City of New Westminster is requesting proposals (RFP) for innovative affordable ownership or rental housing projects for two... Read More

Book Review From The Stacks – Narrow Houses: New Directions in Efficient Design

Author: Avi Friedman (Princeton Architectural Press, 2010)   Avi Friedman is an architecture professor at McGill University who has... Read More

Oppose the building, not the people

HALIFAX – Know what happens when too many rats live together? According to one influential study, they become violent and... Read More

Rethinking Brossard’s Panama Hub

Each year, Dr. Pierre Gauthier, a professor in Concordia’s Department of Geography, Planning and Environment, gives his Advanced Urban... Read More

Kids in the City series

I was excited to launch a new series in June called “Kids in the City”, where I profiled families living in urban density over the... Read More

Cartographically Speaking: Where are the kids? – Epilogue

For a larger version, click here.  [Editor’s Note: This is the final piece of a five-part series looking at the spatial distribution... Read More

Cartographically Speaking: Where are the kids? – 13-18 years

For a larger version, click here.  [Editor’s Note: This is the fourth of a five-part series looking at the spatial distribution of... Read More

The fall of Sir Henry Pellatt, king of Casa Loma

A carved marble fountain of child figures supporting a dolphin, a solid bronze buffalo head, and hundreds of champagne flutes, wine... Read More

Cartographically Speaking: Where are the kids? – 6-12 years

For a larger version, click here.  [Editor’s Note: This is the third of a five-part series looking at the spatial distribution of... Read More

Cartographically Speaking – Where are the kids? – 3-5 years

For a larger version, click here. [Editor’s Note: This is the first of a five-part series looking at the spatial distribution of... Read More