Toronto, Queen’s Park, and the circus at the School Board

If Premier Kathleen Wynne truly had the courage of the convictions that made her a great education advocate a decade ago, she’d ditch... Read More

What’s next for the Dennis Building?

The Nova Scotia government really, really wants to tear down one of Canada’s greatest, grandest 19th-century office buildings... Read More

BURALE: Ford Nation is not dead

Idil Burale is a new contributor to Spacing and recently ran in ward 1 for city councillor On October 27th, Torontonians – much to the... Read More

Finding the Voting locations near you – November 15th

Election day is upon us and with about 120 accessible locations throughout Vancouver open from 8am-8pm, one is sure to find a... Read More

CoV Graphic – Who Leads Your City?

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Vancouver Civic Election Debate Livens Up with “Last Candidate Standing”

Civic elections typically have the lowest voter turnout, especially amongst the under-35 set. In other words, good luck in getting... Read More

CoV Graphic – Vancouver’s Historical Voter Turnout

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LORINC: Memo to Tory — find a transit quick win

Last week, mayor-elect John Tory went out of his way, via drive-time interviews on talk radio, to assure drivers that their commute... Read More

A River Runs Under it: Daylighting Sawmill River

Dartmouth – From the harbour to its lakes, Dartmouth is a city shaped by water. Flowing through Downtown, the half-kilometer... Read More

Spacing Express: Vancouver Election Tools and Websites

With November 15th quickly approaching and advanced voting opening up on November 4th, election time is upon us. Choosing between 119... Read More