Le peuplier deltoïde : notre arbre métropolitain?

Ils peuplent les ruelles et les cours des quartiers denses et usés, s’élèvent au-dessus des triplex sans aucune gêne et bordent les... Read More

Marcher la région: retour sur la deuxième édition

Lorsqu’on me demande de résumer la deuxième édition de Marcher la région, je ne sais pas trop par où commencer et je ne sais pas... Read More

Announcing Walk the Region 2012 edition

Now in it’s second year, Walk the Region is a three-day, 70km expedition on foot across Montreal’s metropolitan region, which... Read More

Place d’Armes Design Makes Way for Pedestrians

Article and photo by Stephen Potyondi. Stephen completed his master’s degree in history at the University of Alberta. He... Read More

Départ: Mail Champlain, Arrivée: Dix30, Temps de marche: 57 minutes

Cela me démangeait depuis que le Quartier Dix30 a vu le jour il y a quelques années (et parce que je me suis obstiné, comme beaucoup... Read More

The Regionalist: Questioning the concept of “urban region” (through direct engagement)

I realize now this could (and should probably) have been my very first post under this heading, as I have more or less taken for... 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

Boundaries or Barriers for Petite-Patrie-Mile-End?

Last summer I moved from NDG to Petite Patrie and, for the fist time, I began to move through the city primarily in a North-South axis... 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

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