A Watered Down Vision: Dartmouth’s Canal Greenway

DARTMOUTH – After 17 years of planning, construction of Dartmouth’s Canal Greenway is about to begin. Unfortunately, what’s now... Read More

The great Toronto bridge swap of 1928

The Canadian Pacific Railway had two 243-ton problems in early 1928. Its two newest and most powerful locomotives were due to be ready... Read More

Remember the greenhouse gases

Toronto’s intense debate about transit and mobility has focused on access, cost and travel speed. Another important issue, one that’s... Read More

Good Reads: Winter Edition of Fort York’s newsletter Fife & Drum

The winter edition of the Friends of Fort York’s quarterly newsletter, Fife and Drum was released recently. It’s  been a busy... Read More

The Spacing Store’s holiday hours

The Spacing Store has been a very exciting venture for us. Opening during the holiday shopping season has made it all the more fun for... Read More

Patrimoine montréalais : les pertes de 2014

L’église Notre-Dame-de-la-Paix en cour de démolition. Source : Guillaume St-Jean L’année 2014 touchant à sa fin, l’heure est au... Read More

Travelogue: CityLab 2014

Recently, Los Angeles became the subject of much attention as the civically-minded flocked to the city to take part in this year’s... Read More

Edmonton urbanism headlines: December 7 – 13

URBAN DEVELOPMENT New Edmonton infill compliance team to battle ‘mountain of mistrust’ [Edmonton Journal] The Future of Rexall Place... Read More

Edmonton urbanism headlines: November 24 – 30

URBAN DEVELOPMENT Simons: Financial woes halt construction of Ukrainian museum [Edmonton Journal] Strathcona home ordered torn down... Read More

The slow and deadly evolution of Toronto’s crosswalks

Crossing the street in Toronto has been a potentially deadly challenge for almost a century. Until the 1950s, when the number of... Read More