Creating places for people as we grow

As municipalities in the Greater Golden Horseshoe shift from building sprawling single-family housing neighbourhoods to denser... Read More

Book Review: Planting in a Post-Wild World

Authors: Thomas Rainer and Claudia West (Timber Press, 2015) Planting in a Post-Wild World: designing plant communities for resilient... Read More

Event—SCCP Webinar: Species at Risk – In Context, May 4th

Webinar: ‘Species at Risk- In Context’ Wednesday, May 4th from 11am – 12:30pm (PST) Join the South Coast... Read More

MESLIN: Digital megaboard proposed for West Don park corridor

UPDATE:  68 letters were sent to the Committee, in opposition to the billboard proposal (you can read them all, at the bottom of this... Read More

Book Review—The Inspired Landscape: Twenty-one leading landscape architects explore the creative process

Author: Susan Cohen (Timber Press, 2015) The Inspired Landscape tells the stories of projects by twenty-one world renowned landscape... Read More

Parking and Recreation

School and park space in a new neighbourhood is typically acquired through the dedication of land. When a developer subdivides land... Read More

Release: City of Vancouver and CP agree to creation of the Arbutus Greenway

Via: City of Vancouver, March 7 2016 “Thanks to this landmark agreement, the City will be able to transform the area into an... Read More

Parks are tools for transforming a city: Q&A with David Escobar-Arango

David Escobar-Arango is the keynote speaker Park People’s 2016 Park Summit taking place on Saturday, March 5th. This interview... Read More

A Downtown for Everyone

There are more places to live in Downtown Edmonton than ever before. As part of this revitalization, the City is campaigning that it... Read More

Early Vancouver Tourism: A Natural Industry

Tourism has been a big part of Vancouver’s story since early into its history. Long known as a ‘distinctive destination’, many of the... Read More