Emily Sinclair is an environmental planner working in Ottawa. She is keenly interested in the production and experience of urban spaces, and in particular the myriad relationships among the social, natural and built environments that enliven cities of all shapes and sizes.

Food is a city space issue

Two food-related stories have been making the rounds in Ottawa this spring. First is the great patio debate: how much should... Read More

Focus on food hurting City’s vision for farmers’ markets

__________ Last month’s unseasonably warm weather has had me looking forward the 2010 farmers’ market season. While cautious in my own... Read More

The return of food

Kalle Hakala’s December 17th post  (“After the thaw: could this be a farm by next spring?“) brought to mind the... Read More