LORINC: Cops investigating cops

The Ontario coroner’s decision last week to call an inquest into the shooting death of Andrew Loku, a 45-year-old man killed last... Read More

Book Review: Scaling Infrastructure

Author: MIT Center for Advanced Urbanism (Princeton Architectural Press, 2016) The MIT Center for Advanced Urbanism (CAU) holds a... Read More

A Downtown for Everyone

There are more places to live in Downtown Edmonton than ever before. As part of this revitalization, the City is campaigning that it... Read More

Do you have to shovel your sidewalk?

In the City of Toronto, the city will clear some local sidewalks when it snows a certain amount, but other people are required to... Read More

Fire Plan Flame Out

Dartmouth – The alarm has been sounded in Downtown Dartmouth, North End Halifax and Sackville over proposed staffing changes at... Read More

RELEASE: Transcribimus — Preserving Vancouver’s History in the Digital Age

Transcribimus is Latin for “We transcribe.” It was started in June 2012 by former Vancouver Mayor Sam Sullivan. He wanted to... Read More

Getting a Ride with Uber: What Would it Mean for Vancouver?

It has been exactly three years since Uber was last seen in Vancouver. From May to November 2012, Uber tested their luxury sedan... Read More

LORINC: Have Toronto police learned anything at all about de-escalation?

The shouting about Paris and the ugly political aftermath has made it difficult to hear almost everything else that’s taking place in... Read More

Book Review: A Line in the Andes/Una Linea En Los Andes

Editor:  Felipe Correa & Ramiro Almeida (Applied Research + Design Publishing, 2013) “What country is that?” is a common question... Read More

Small is Beautiful: Dartmouth’s Findlay Centre and the new Master Plan

Dartmouth – With summer at an end, public consultation for Halifax’s new Community Facilities Master Plan (CFMP) is underway... Read More