The East Cordova Street Murder Factory

When I was going through John Vance’s personal files for Blood, Sweat, and Fear, a small article torn from the pages of the long... Read More

RELEASE: Kickstarter Pledges Bring Vancouver’s Ackery’s Alley to Life

Following a 30-day Kickstarter campaign, More Awesome Now, creators of Vancouver’s first reimagined laneway, Alley-Oop, have achieved... Read More

Book Review From the Stacks: Urbanism in the Age of Climate Change

To Jane Jacob’s three traditional urban values of civic space, human scale and diversity, the current environmental imperative adds... Read More

Cartographically Speaking: Vancouver vs. Historical Cities

To view a larger version, click here. 2011. That was the year I came across a website, now lost. It had a very simple interface... Read More

RELEASE: AIBC Architectural Walking Tours Begin on Canada Day

Did you know that Vancouver architects are responsible for making the famed CBC “bunker” building almost completely wireless? In a... Read More

WATCH: Amazing archival videos of Toronto Pride 1988-1995

Between 1988 and 1995 (save for 1991 when he did not have a camera) Toronto editor and filmmaker James Leahy documented Toronto Pride... Read More

Islamophobia in Canadian public spaces: how to go from trauma to solidarity

There is a pressing need to turn public spaces where Muslims have been traumatized into spaces where solidarity is strengthened... Read More

Visual Thoughts #64

Last VT image: Highway underpass – Coquitlam, BC. *** Erick Villagomez is one of the founding editors at Spacing Vancouver. He... Read More

EVENT: Jane’s Walk, Burnabyism: Envisioning 52,600 people in Brentwood

Burnabyism: Envisioning 52,600 people in Brentwood (Gilmore SkyTrain Station) WHEN: May 6, 2017, 2:30 PM, LENGTH: 2 Hours About This... Read More

WWW: Inclusive urban visions

How to build inclusive communities Challenging urban segregation is essential for economic and social suitability but requires... Read More