Edmonton’s Urbanism Headlines: Sept 15 – 21

DOWNTOWN & INFILL Mouallem: Two revitalizations emerge in Edmonton’s Quarters, but can they coexist? [Metro Edmonton] 104th Avenue... Read More

Modernism in Vancouver Part Two: West Coast Modernism

While mid-century commercial architecture was embracing International Style with its clean-edged steel and glass construction... Read More

SPACING: Come to our release party on Oct. 1st!

WHAT: Fall 2014 issue release party! Our special city hall edition WHEN: Wednesday, october 1st, 7:30pm-midnight WHERE: Supermarket... Read More

Transit First – Give Transit Priority

A route 1 bus is traveling along Bayer’s Road at o km/hr. A route 52 bus is stuck on Joseph Howe Drive, also traveling at 0... Read More

SPACING & Cities For People: Montreal Release Party/Fête de Lancement

QUOI : Des villes pour tous : sortie du numéro spécial en français QUAND : le mercredi 10 septembre, 18 h à 22 h OÙ : Centre canadien... Read More

Transit First – Straight Routes Please

The shortest path between any two points is a straight line. That’s pretty basic geometry. So why do so many of Halifax’s... Read More

Edmonton’s urbanism headlines: August 25 – 31

ARENA DISTRICT Katz unveils new details of Edmonton Arena District mega-project [Edmonton Journal] New downtown Edmonton’s Stantec... Read More

PREORDER: New streetcar profile t-shirts

WHAT: Pre-order for Spacing’s new streetcar series of shirts WHEN: Wednesday, August 27th – Friday, September 12th WHERE... Read More

A visit to McNabs Island, Halifax Harbour’s hidden gem

HALIFAX – Sitting at the entrance to Halifax Harbour, McNabs Island is a world apart from the hustle and bustle of urban... Read More

Edmonton’s Urbanism Headlines: Aug 11 – 17

URBAN DEVELOPMENT Community leagues want not-for-profit developer: Such agencies build infill on problem sites [Edmonton Journal... Read More