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

Come to our Public Space Invaders film night Wednesday

WHEN: Wednesday, November 26, 6:00pm-9:00pm (films start at 6:30) WHERE: Revue Cinema, 400 Roncesvalles Ave, Toronto COST: $10 RSVP... Read More

Transit First – What Halifax Transit needs to deliver

In September, It’s More than Buses, a grassroots advocate for better transit, launched our idea for a frequent network to show how our... Read More

SPACING STORE: Opening on Friday, Nov. 21st!

WHAT: The new Spacing Store opens! WHERE: Toronto, 401 Richmond St. W. (enter off Richmond at NE corner of building) WHEN: Friday... Read More

Edmonton urbanism headlines: November 10 – 16

URBAN DEVELOPMENT Condo developer Brad Lamb says Edmonton ‘rink’ brought his attention back to the city [Edmonton Sun... Read More