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

Sparks of Life at Carlton and Jarvis: Examining Equilibrium

With its high-rises and construction sites, Toronto can often feel overbearingly grey. That greyness is now being met with a blast of... Read More

REID: The Unilever lands and public space

The Unilever Precinct (also sometimes called “East Harbour”) is a remarkable opportunity to create an entirely new business district... Read More

Hard Questions about Vancouver’s New Affordability Approach

Guest authors: Patrick Condon & Scot Hein [Editor’s note: UBC Professor of Urban Design Patrick Condon dropped his candidacy for... Read More

Webinar: The Business Case for Walking – August 3

The Business Case for Walking — Counting Walking to Make Walking Count in Auckland City Centre Details August 3, 2018, 2-3:30 pm PDT... Read More

Book Review: Copenhagenize: The Definitive Guide to Global Bicycle Urbanism

Author: Mikael Colville-Andersen (Island Press, 2018) Most authors aim to capture readers attention and alter their state of mind. A... Read More

REID: Some interesting public furniture in Russia

I recently returned from a trip to several cities in Russia, and wanted to share some interesting public space furniture ideas I... Read More

LORINC: The post-Will era begins

Waterfront Toronto’s public positioning to accompany the gang-plank resignation yesterday of its now former CEO Will Fleissig could be... Read More

Video Vancouver: Chinatown Divided

Are new developments an opportunity or a threat to Chinatown? Here’s About Here‘s attempt to explore both sides of this issue. Read More

Notes from the Maritimes

At the end of May, the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (RAIC) held their 2018 Festival of Architecture in Saint John, New... Read More