Happy birthday to the Toronto streetcar system

There are perhaps few things more symbolic of Toronto than its streetcars. For more than 150 years, surface rail has formed the... Read More

Edmonton’s urbanism headlines: Aug 10 – 16

TRANSPORTATION Edmonton’s Metro Line to start operating at slower speeds Sept. 6 [Edmonton Journal] Simons: City trains its sights on... Read More

Dead rail lines, lost streets, and more Toronto oddities

There’s a couple of new lofts at the southeast corner of Carlaw and Dundas. The courtyard between the two buildings curves... Read More

Rethinking Brossard’s Panama Hub

Each year, Dr. Pierre Gauthier, a professor in Concordia’s Department of Geography, Planning and Environment, gives his Advanced Urban... Read More

Edmonton’s urbanism headlines: July 27 – Aug 3

TRANSPORTATION Metro LRT line may open with reduced service [CBC Edmonton] Edmonton deserves more federal cash for LRT, too: city... Read More

Book Review – The West Coast Modern House

The West Coast Modern House chronicles the development of mid-century modern Vancouver residential architecture and its continued... Read More

Cost Effective Improvements for Better Transit Today

Canadian municipalities are confronted with an interesting predicament – our cities are growing at unprecedented rates. For... Read More

Porch Parade

Summer is the time to get outdoors, and in the same spirit as the Serpentine Gallery Pavilion in London’s Hyde Park, the City of... Read More

Edmonton’s urbanism headlines: July 6 – 19 highlights edition

(hey, we were on a patio, okay?) TRANSPORTATION Safety issue that has kept Edmonton’s new LRT line from opening a mystery... Read More

WEDNESDAY: Celebrate release of summer issue & Jane Jacobs Prize winners

WHAT: Summer 2015 issue release party & Jane Jacobs Prize ceremony WHEN: Wed., July 15th, 7-11:30pm (Prize ceremony runs from... Read More