LORINC: Throwing out the baby with the harbour water?

The long-awaited auditor general’s report on Waterfront Toronto (WT), released yesterday, is really two evaluations for the price of... Read More

All about Housing: A Small Housing BC Summit and Housing Central Conference Summary

Affordable Housing has been a hot and heavy topic in Vancouver for over a decade. Between 2006 to 2016 the price of detached houses... Read More

Event: 11th Annual SCARP symposium, Mar. 1st, 2019 [Save the date!]

11th Annual SCARP Symposium [Re]present: Sharing Stories and Spaces Through Planning WHEN: Friday March 1st, 2019 WHERE: AMS Nest... Read More

Ten Ways We’ll Fight for a Better Vancouver

Guest Authors: Christine Boyle and Khelsilem With few incumbents re-elected to city council, there’s an opportunity to transform... Read More

Event – Vancouver Public Library – morph: What Kind of City Do We Want? Plan For Change, Nov. 19th

morph: What Kind of City Do We Want? Plan For Change WHEN: Monday, November 19, 2018 (7:00 pm – 8:30 pm) WHERE: Central Library... Read More

REID: Ward councils for Toronto?

In the wake of Ontario Premier Doug Ford’s mid-election decree shrinking Toronto City Council from a planned 47 councillors to just... Read More

So Kennedy Stewart Truly Loves ‘The Growth Side of Things’

Guest author: Patrick Condon Fresh from being elected mayor by voters deeply worried about Vancouver’s widening gap between the... Read More

We need to talk about cars

When we plan for our transportation future, whether we’re talking at the municipal, regional or provincial level, there’s an elephant... Read More

ELECTION: What we didn’t talk about

An old aphorism about elections attributed to former Canadian prime minister Kim Campbell is that the campaign trail is no place for... Read More

PODCAST: Election Panel with Matthew Blackett and Shawn Micallef

As Toronto gets ready to vote, we’ll be bringing you regular panel discussions with journalists and experts who will help you wade... Read More