My First Time

I am not ready for a career in politics. Not that I was ever planning one; but after attending my borough’s council meeting for the... Read More

Montreal’s first traffic light

Red means stop; green means go: It’s just about the only thing that people across North America can wholeheartedly agree upon... Read More

Comment rendre ta rue plus sécuritaire (en 10 étapes faciles)

De menaçant à vivable — un court tronçon de goudron à Montréal est devenu plus sécuritaire pour tous ceux qui habitent dans (et... Read More

The Sunday Building Project – Now with Anecdotes!

The Building Project, along with its fellow inhabitants of Montreal, experienced a cold shock earlier this week – literally... Read More

What’s wrong with this picture?

It’s amazing what a few hours poking around the Ministry of Transport’s website can reveal. What does this province spend... Read More

Corruption, Cartels and Crumbling Infrastructure

Images all Flickr Creative Commons, courtesy of MPD01605, lestudio1, mechanikat & theseoduke With allegations of corruption and... Read More

Park(ing) Day!

Today, Friday, September 16th, is PARK(ing) Day! In cities around the globe, artists, activists and citizens will transform metered... Read More

Pourquoi ce n’est pas chic de cadenasser son vélo à un arbre.

Un cycliste, qui peut pédaler la moitié de la ville pour se rendre à un lieu, devient parfois paresseux lorsqu’il est question de... Read More

Taking Responsibility for the Quartier des spectacles Bike Path Debacle

Paul Arcand, the radio show host, often characterizes Montreal as the city-where-no-one-ever-takes-responsibility. Yet, there are... Read More

New bike infrastructure arrives in Montreal

This summer has seen the arrival of two new types of biking infrastructure in Montreal: bike boxes on Milton and a hybrid bike... Read More