Small is Beautiful #2: The Findlay Meeting

Dartmouth – On Tuesday night at Halifax’s Community Facilities Master Plan (CFMP) consultation, in front of around 100 concerned... Read More

Edmonton’s urbanism headlines: September 21 – 27

WHITE NIGHT!  Photos: Edmonton’s 1st Nuit Blanche art party draws enthusiastic crowd [CBC Edmonton] Photos: 2015 Nuit Blanche... Read More

How to stop billboard proliferation along our highways

As the Ontario government considers allowing digital billboards on Ontario’s highways, community activists from across North... Read More

La Maison LaFontaine : témoin essentiel à notre mémoire.

Article soumis par Michael Fish, activiste pour la conservation de l’architecture. Depuis trente ans, des Canadiens de toutes... Read More

Late Night Transit Service: Essential for City’s Ambitious Goals

Edmonton in many ways has been a public transit pioneer in North America; most importantly through the introduction of North America’s... Read More

Financing Halifax’s Elections Part 3: Options

In Part One of Financing Halifax’s Elections, I explored how political campaign contributions can be problematic due to the potential... Read More

Financing Halifax’s Elections Part 2: The Developers

HALIFAX – Where did Halifax’s current 16 councillors get the cash for their 2012 campaigns? To find out for part two of Spacing... Read More

Financing Halifax’s Elections Part 1: Why Worry?

HALIFAX – Last week, Halifax Regional Council voted to ask the Province to grant the municipality the power to regulate... Read More

Edmonton’s urbanism headlines: Aug 24 – Sep 7

LRT and TRANSIT Late night bus service starts Sept. 6 [Edmonton Journal] Smith: Edmonton transit: Waiting for the city brass to do... Read More

EVENT: West Vancouver Museum “Inside Out” Architect Talks

West Vancouver Museum is pleased to announce that From the Inside Out: Integrating Art and Architecture on the West Coast has been... Read More