ELECTION: Spacing Radio has you covered

From the early days of campaign planning, to Doug Ford’s assault on Toronto city hall, and the mayoral and council races that... Read More

Come to our election viewing / release party on Monday!

WHAT: 2018 Election viewing party / Spacing Fall 2018 release party WHEN: Monday, October 22 7pm-11pm WHERE: Pauper’s Pub, 539... Read More

District Lot 185: Vancouver’s West End

Written for VHF by guest author, Michael Kluckner. No Vancouver neighbourhood has more layers of heritage than the West End. Its early... Read More

LORINC: The Subway in the Room

Almost a year ago, the Toronto Star’s Jennifer Pagliaro published a story detailing, with her trademark meticulousness, how then chief... Read More

Urban greenways can reduce neighbourhood carbon emissions

Cities working to prioritize active transportation with the aim of reducing neighbourhood carbon emissions now has some of the first... Read More

Writing Vancouver – Smashed Egg Syndrome

SMASHED EGG SYNDROME or How to Make an Omelette If you want to make an omelette, you have to break a few eggs. — City of Burnaby... Read More

ROOFTOP CROP: Can Edible Living Roof’s Feed Vancouver? Taylor Boisjoli, Jaclyn Kaloczi, Vanessa Kuiper ABSTRACT Investigating how to... Read More

Why not wood? How good architecture and a sense of material, could help the Chateau Laurier addition finally get it right

When the new design for the highly controversial Chateau Laurier addition was shared with the public in early February, it was... Read More

EVENT: An Evening with Eve Lazarus at the West Vancouver Memorial Library, February 28

When: Wednesday February 28, 7:00 p.m. Where: West Vancouver Memorial Library, 1950 Marine Drive, West Vancouver... Read More

The Death and Life of the Single-Family House

When experts try to explain how Vancouver’s history has impacted its housing crisis, they often point to Expo 86 as ground zero. But... Read More