The slow and deadly evolution of Toronto’s crosswalks

Crossing the street in Toronto has been a potentially deadly challenge for almost a century. Until the 1950s, when the number of... Read More

Exploring the busy basements & makeshift markets of Regent Park with Civic Salon

Basements are often unsung heroes of great cities. In new and old Regent Park the unseen basement hides both bottom-up and top-down... Read More

Active Fiction Project on until Nov. 23

The Active Fiction Project Have you ever wanted to walk through your favourite novel? Now’s your chance – come and check... Read More

The truth comes out about how Grandview-Woodlands towers became part of the Plan

Gordon Price’s Pricetags is causing a stir again…..but not in the usual way. On the heels of the upcoming election, an... Read More

Edmonton’s Got a Fever

Tall buildings are all the rage in Edmonton these days. It seems the flood gates have opened on a new tall building frenzy, the likes... Read More

Spacing Express: Vancouver Election Tools and Websites

With November 15th quickly approaching and advanced voting opening up on November 4th, election time is upon us. Choosing between 119... Read More

Toronto’s mayoral election in four maps

Over the past three decades, Toronto has become an increasingly divided city, economically and racially.  And those divisions were... Read More

Doors Open Vancouver 2014 Retrospective

Authors: Berçin Janzen, George Poulos and Erick Villagomez Urban life depends of a myriad of interconnected and complex systems. Only... Read More

Oromocto – A New Frontier for Urbanism?

Across North America, many suburban municipalities – characterized by strip malls with thoroughfares built for cars not pedestrians ... Read More

RELEASE: Coalition of Vancouver Neighbourhoods – Municipal Parties Endorse Coalition’s Collaborative Approach to Planning

The Coalition of Vancouver Neighbourhoods is proud to announce that the NPA, COPE, Vancouver Greens, OneCity, Cedar Party, and... Read More