Opening The Great Urbanarium Debates

George Bernard Shaw once said: “Progress is impossible without change, and those who cannot change their minds cannot change... Read More

Monster Home: A Connective Community Approach to Single Family Housing Districts

There is no question that Vancouver is a densifying city. Despite all the excitement and acrimony that comes with that prospective... Read More

Is B.C. home to a green building renaissance?

By Karen Tam Wu France was a hub of the Renaissance, an era that saw landmark buildings built in Paris, including parts of the Louvre... Read More

Event: Re-Imagining Urban Form and Policy in a Global Economy – Abstract submission due

This is a reminder you have until January 15, 2016 to submit an abstract to this exciting international symposium titled Re-Imagining... Read More

EVENT: MOV/Urbanarium – Vancouver Debates I, Jan. 20

Vancouver Debates I – Open All Neighbourhoods to Densification WHEN: Wednesday, January 20 WHERE: Museum of Vancouver, 1100... Read More

Event: Re-Imagining the city – The (im)possibility of Design forum, March 10/11

Exactly forty years ago, Vancouver hosted the first UN Habitat Conference. In 1976, cities were struggling to survive, global warming... Read More

EVENT – MOV: Your Future Home: Creating the New Vancouver, Jan 21-Mar. 15

Your Future Home: Creating the New Vancouver WHEN: Jan. 21-May 15, 2016 WHERE: Museum of Vancouver – 1100 Chestnut Street... Read More

EVENT: Vancouver Vanishes Book Launch and Discussion, Nov. 23rd

Anvil Press is please to invite you to the Vancouver Vanishes book launch and discussion of Vancouver’s vanishing heritage... Read More

Whose Renaissance? Saint John’s future

SAINT JOHN – Down a deceptively desolate lane lies Port City Royal, a restaurant reminiscent of a salon, which has become a... Read More

Solving The Housing Crisis at SFU: Part 2

Yesterday, we highlight the speakers and issues discussed at the SFU’s Housing in the City Beyond The Headlines storytelling event... Read More