Matthew is the publisher and creative director of Spacing. He is the winner of the 2010 Jane Jacobs Prize along with the other founders of Spacing and was also named editor of the year in 2007 by the Canadian Society of Magazine Editors. He contributes a regular feature to “Here and Now” on CBC Radio.

Today is deadline for Creative Mapping Contest!

Spacing magazine presents the CREATIVE MAPPING CONTEST Do you love maps? Are you an illustrator, graphic designer, or visual... Read More

Spacing’s Creative Mapping Contest deadline on Monday!

Spacing magazine presents the CREATIVE MAPPING CONTEST Do you love maps? Are you an illustrator, graphic designer, or visual... Read More

VIDEO: The Social Life of Small Places

William Whyte got it right: the legendary urbanist created the film “The Social Life of Small Places” that has become one... Read More

Enter Spacing’s creative mapping contest!

Spacing magazine presents the CREATIVE MAPPING CONTEST Do you love maps? Are you an illustrator, graphic designer, or visual... Read More

Spacing party in Vancouver this Friday!

WHAT: Spacing’s 2nd national issue release party WHEN: Friday February 3rd, 2012, 9pm-1am WHERE: Canvas Lounge (99 Powell St. in... Read More

Contribute photos to Spacing’s next national issue

As we mentioned last week, Spacing will continue to publish a national edition of the magazine twice a year (plus two Toronto-centric... Read More

Spacing’s next issue will be national

With the success of Spacing’s first national issue — our special summer edition has sold twice as well as any previous issue... Read More

FAVOURITE FRIDAY: Which piece of local public art is your favourite?

Across the Spacing Blog Network today we are asking our readers in Toronto, Vancouver, Montreal, Otttawa, and the Atlantic cities to... Read More

Spacing Ottawa adds Clive Doucet as columnist

OTTAWA — Long-time City Councillor and recent mayoral candidate Clive Doucet has joined Spacing’s city blog network as Urban... Read More

San Francisco’s plan to deal with parking

SFpark Overview from SFpark on Vimeo. I know I’m stating the obvious when I say this: parking a vehicle downtown, in Montreal or... Read More