Good Reads: Spring 2015 Edition of Fort York’s newsletter Fife & Drum

The spring edition of the Friends of Fort York’s quarterly newsletter, Fife and Drum was released recently.  Loads of maps and... Read More

Finding our way by bike

This post by Natalie Corbo is part of Spacing‘s partnership with the Toronto Cycling Think and Do Tank at the University of Toronto... Read More

Edmonton Streets

There’s a little bit of Edmonton in Saskatoon and Smithers, Gatineau and Guelph. In a trailer park in small town Michigan and an... Read More

Stairs to nowhere, trap streets, and other Toronto oddities

There’s a set of stairs on Greenwood Avenue that lead nowhere. At the top, a wooden fence at the end of someone’s back... Read More

Cartographically Speaking: Vancouver Neighbourhood Puzzle Named!

Named Vancouver Neighbourhood Puzzle. Click here for a larger version It was great surprise to see the wonderful response to the... Read More

RELEASE: Visualizing the City and Beyond: Infographic Competition

Visualizing the City and Beyond: Infographic Competition Deadline: March 30th, 2015 Submit an infographic and win! Do you love data... Read More

This is what the Toronto subway tastes like

Union Station tastes like fried onions. James Wannerton knows this because he tastes words. Due to a rare and unusual neurological... Read More

Moving beyond #OpenArtYEG

David Rauch is a machine. He has been in Edmonton for less than a year and he has already deployed a number of pianos throughout the... Read More