Matthew is the publisher and creative director of Spacing. He is the winner of the 2010 Jane Jacobs Prize along with the other founders of Spacing and was also named editor of the year in 2007 by the Canadian Society of Magazine Editors. He contributes a regular feature to “Here and Now” on CBC Radio.

EVENT: Transport Futures debates role of media in Big Move

WHAT: Transport Futures: The Great Media Debate WHEN: Monday, June 24, 2013 (1-3:30pm) WHERE: Innis Town Hall, University of Toronto... Read More

U of T reveals new design for One Spadina Crescent

Today, the University of Toronto revealed its plans for One Spadina Crescent. The historic property is well known to Torontonians... Read More

The Royal Spacing Lawn Bowling Society: Do you want casual nights or a league?

Last summer, Spacing got into the lawn bowling racket. We created the pompously-titled Royal Spacing Lawn Bowling Society of Toronto... Read More

Spacing contributor gets flagged by Toronto Star

Back in our winter 2012/13 issue we showcased the work of Brendan Hennessy who created a series of flags for a handful of Toronto... Read More

TTC launches sale of vintage posters!

The TTC is slowly — finally! — getting into the merchandise business. Today sees the launch of two very attractive vintage posters... Read More

What are your thoughts on Board of Trade’s transit revenue tools?

The Toronto Region Board of Trade has come out with a proposal which recommends a variety of ways to fund Metrolinx’s Big Move... Read More

A few short video clips of TTC’s new streetcar

This morning, I grudgingly dragged myself out of bed at 2:30am to watch and film the new streetcar as it made its way down and up... Read More

Video maps 24 hours of car2go

A few weeks ago, we posted a video on Spacing Vancouver by Jarek Piórkowski that maps the 24 hour usage of car2go vehicles. Today... Read More

IN THE ISSUE: Artist creates flags for Toronto’s main streets

While Toronto is often called the “city of neighbourhoods,” there is very little visual material that celebrate these areas (outside... Read More

Will you ride your bike on the coldest day of the year?

WHERE: Behind City Hall at Armoury St. and Chestnut St WHEN: Wednesday, January 30, noon I’m the type of cyclist who puts his... Read More