ELECTION MAP: Duelling campaign endorsements

Last week, Spacing contributor Anthony McMahon argued that it is time for Toronto City Hall to have political parties, similar to... Read More

LORINC: We finally have a ballot question for the ages

Let’s face it: there was never meant to be a ballot question, besides some kind of fuzzy re-validation of Mayor John... Read More

Election Panel: the 905 Edition

As Toronto gets ready to vote, we are bringing you regular panel discussions with journalists and experts who will break down the... Read More

ELECTION NIGHT PARTY! Come watch the results with Spacing

WHAT: Spacing’s Election Night Watch Party! WHEN: Monday, Oct. 24, 6pm-10pm WHERE: Pauper’s Pub, 539 Bloor St. W., 1 block... Read More

OP-ED: City Council is Dull — It Needs Parties

Recently, the PC government proposed giving Toronto and Ottawa “strong mayor” powers, claiming major cities need strong mayors to... Read More

Towards a More Compassionate, Productive Civic Governance for Vancouver

I am struggling to distinguish between most of the parties vying for our vote on election day this Saturday. Those that have been... Read More

PODCAST: Election Panel with Matt Elliott and Tricia Wood

As Toronto gets ready to vote, we are bringing you regular panel discussions with journalists and experts who will break down the... Read More

ELECTION: The incredible shrinking transit debate

Once upon a time, in a land not so far away, Toronto’s local politicians had ambitions for local transit. The topic was debated... Read More

Broadway & Vancouver Plans: A Rejection of Core Vancouver Planning Principles?

Author: Ralph Segal With the City’s current Zoning Map as an initial regulatory reference, Vancouver’s contemporary approach to... Read More

PODCAST: Election Panel with Shawn Micallef and Kunal Chaudhary

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