David McClelland is a fifth-year geography student at the University of Ottawa, with a special interest in urban geography and issues affecting cities. He also writes and edits for the University of Ottawa’s Fulcrum, a student-owned and operated community newspaper. His blog on urban issues can be found at http://ottawaproject.wordpress.com/

McClelland: a regional transit system that needs time

Editor’s note: continuing on this week’s theme, today’s post is from a Spacing Ottawa contributor who has recently... Read More

On LRTs and architecture

As rail-starved Ottawans wait for the latest attempt at light-rail transit to creep slowly towards completion, one question remains... Read More

WWJJD? Centretown through Jane Jacobs’ eyes

Editor’s note: How powerful is the written word? Sometimes to gauge the impact of a writer we have to imagine what our world... Read More

Opinion: a reborn Union Station could hold our history

Editor’s note: an earlier version of this post appeared in Spacing Ottawa contributor Dave McClelland’s Ottawa Project... Read More

The Gréber plan: A ghost of Ottawa past

In the late-1940s, Ottawa was a vastly different place from the city we know today. In spite of being Canada’s capital for 80... Read More

Is Corktown a bridge too far?

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