There are 100 graves in the parking lot of this mall

The 100 or so people interred at Christie’s Methodist Cemetery near Warden and Finch never expected they would spend a portion... Read More

A Century After 1914: Vancouver’s War Memorials

Across Canada there are over 6,000 monuments and cenotaphs dedicated to remembering those who fought in the Great War (1914-18). This... Read More

Edmonton’s Got a Fever

Tall buildings are all the rage in Edmonton these days. It seems the flood gates have opened on a new tall building frenzy, the likes... Read More

Reclaiming Spaces/Places: Restoring Indigenous street names in Toronto

Reclaiming Spaces/Places is an ongoing series written by Lacey McRae Williams that shares stories of Indigenous resurgence through... Read More

A reflection on the events of October 22, 2014, in Ottawa

National War Memorial – Oct 23 2014  The National War Memorial, situated within the triangular expanse of Confederation Square... Read More

How the CN Tower killed Toronto’s rooftop lookouts

There was a time when observation decks were all the rage in Toronto. The designers and developers of tall buildings like TD Centre... Read More

Oromocto – A New Frontier for Urbanism?

Across North America, many suburban municipalities – characterized by strip malls with thoroughfares built for cars not pedestrians ... Read More

Opinion: Entrance sign debate needs refocus

Fueled by a manic combination of civic pride and shame, Edmonton Council is reopening discussions on the look of the city’s... Read More

Ottawa gets time-lapsed: A film that captures the city in movement

With hyper-lapse apps and videos popping up all over social media – the latest version of the tried and true method of... Read More

In memory of the St. Lawrence Market canopy

In 2012, National Geographic ranked the St. Lawrence Market the best in the world. The vendors on both sides of Front Street were... Read More