How Tomlin’s Creek was lost, found, and lost again

There’s ancient Lake Iroquois sand on Glen Davis Crescent near Kingston Rd. and Woodbine Ave., you just have to look closely to... Read More

Spacing Ottawa takes a ‘(de)tour': Play and leisure in the Capital

Strathcona Park This past Saturday, nine urban enthusiasts signed up to participate in a special edition of Ottawa... 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

Communities that grow together: Ottawa’s Community Gardens

Across the city the care-free days of summer are swiftly changing into the shorter, cooler days of autumn. While saying goodbye to... Read More

Book Review – Farming Cuba: Urban Agriculture from the Ground Up

Author: Carey Clouse (Princeton Architectural Press, 2014) In light of growing urban populations and diminishing resources, the issues... Read More

EVENT: Play – A special edition OTTAWA (DE)TOUR in collaboration with Spacing Ottawa

What: Special Edition of Ottawa (de)tours PLAY walking tour, in collaboration with Spacing Ottawa When: Saturday, October 18, 2014 at... Read More

This Is Edmonton: River Valley Colours

The North Saskatchewan River Valley is unquestionably Edmonton’s gem, hidden in plain sight. For those of us who live on one... Read More

10 NO BRAINERS: Free the Parks from Permit Fees

10 No Brainers to Make Toronto More Awesome! is a project of the Centre for City Ecology that highlights small, achievable actions at... Read More

Book Review: Twenty Minutes in Manhattan

Every morning, the architect and writer Michael Sorkin walks downtown from his Greenwich Village apartment through Washington Square... Read More

10 NO BRAINERS: Reclaim our Visual Environment

10 No Brainers to Make Toronto More Awesome! is a project of the Centre for City Ecology that highlights small, achievable actions at... Read More