The Toronto Park Pavilion needs your love

It’s hard not to love the Park Pavilion. Designed in 1958 by British-born architect Alan Crossley and consulting engineer... Read More

Saint John: Photos of an underappreciated city

SAINT JOHN, NEW BRUNSWICK — Saint John, more than anything else, is an industrial port city. It is a city that faces challenges, but... Read More

40 in the shade: Toronto’s worst heatwave

For an excruciating week in July, 1936, Toronto, the province, and much of Canada burned. An unprecedented and deadly continent-wide... Read More

For the moment: The Prince of Wales Park

In 1880, a railway bridge was constructed, linking Ottawa, Ontario to Hull (now Gatineau), Quebec.  This bridge, known as the Prince of... Read More

Book Review: Women, Modernity, and Landscape Architecture

Editors: Sonja Dümpelmann and John Beardsley (Routledge, 2015) During the through the Depression and Post-War eras, two coalescing... Read More

Book Review – Cartographic Grounds: Projecting the Landscape Imaginary

Authors: Jill Desimini and Charles Waldheim (Princeton Architectural Press, 2016) Reflecting on the history of humankind, one... Read More

Launching Planning Canada

On June 17th, School of Community and Regional Planning alumni, students, and faculty gathered at the UBC Bookstore to launch the new... Read More

EVENT: AIBC 2016 Architectural Walking Tours begin Canada Day

Event: Architectural Walking Tours Dates: July 1-August 31, 2016 Times: Thursdays to Mondays at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. Admission: $10... Read More

Book Review: Wild By Design

Author: Margie Ruddick (Island Press, 2016) Wild By Design: Strategies for Creating Life-Enhancing Landscapes recounts the work of... Read More

Can Raccoons Teach Us How to Build the City of the Future?

By George Patrick Richard Benson & Jen Roberton Raccoons are unexpectedly resilient creatures in urban landscapes. They have... Read More