“Fun and frolic” at a Toronto double hanging

“The morning broke dark and gloomy, and with the first faint streaks of early dawn the workmen were industriously employed in... Read More

BIKE THINK TANK: Ridership numbers continue to grow

This post by Beth Savan is part of Spacing‘s partnership with the Toronto Cycling Think and Do Tank at the University of Toronto. Find... Read More

Edmonton urbanism headlines: February 9 – 16

NATIONAL URBAN POLITICS Canada’s infrastructure gap is widest in big cities [Globe and Mail] 18 mayors can’t be wrong: Why Ottawa... Read More

SPACING STORE: Valentine’s gifts for your city-loving lover

WHAT: Spacing Valentine’s gift packs WHEN: Now until Valentine’s Day WHERE: Spacing Store, 401 Richmond St W (east... Read More

Welcome to your private nuclear fallout shelter

In 1959, the builders of Regency Acres, a 700-home subdivision in Aurora, Ontario, offered something no other homebuilder in the... Read More

Edmonton urbanism headlines: January 26 – February 1

WINTER CITY Iveson: For the Love of Winter [doniveson.ca] Embracing Edmonton’s winter through new urban design... Read More

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

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