THE ARTFUL CITY: Art in Transit

By Laura Berazadi In Canada, the first integrated public art program was established in 1961 when the Province of Quebec introduced... Read More

Book Review: A Burglar’s Guide to the City

Author: Geoff Manaugh (Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2016) Cities are many things to many different people. They are hubs of creativity... Read More

Brampton’s Etobicoke Creek: floods, concrete, and new public spaces

The City of Brampton — Canada’s ninth largest municipality — was founded as a small community in the mid-19th century, as the... Read More

Video Vancouver: Three Waves of Urban Reform

UNDERSTANDING THE DEVELOPMENT OF CANADIAN CITIES The story of urban reform in Canada can be understood in terms of waves. Here are... Read More

EVENT “Planning Canada” Book Launch – June 17, 2016

Please join us for a book launch to celebrate the publication of Planning Canada: A Case Study Approach. Details WHEN: Friday, 17 June... Read More

Back to the Water? (Re)engaging with Coal Harbour

By Annika Airas and Trevor Wideman Vancouver’s waterfront has undergone rapid transformations over the past decades, following a... Read More

Creating places for people as we grow

As municipalities in the Greater Golden Horseshoe shift from building sprawling single-family housing neighbourhoods to denser... Read More

UrbSanity: Architecture, more than we picture

What is architecture and who is an architect? We all sort of know but sort of don’t. I have been studying, designing, and writing... Read More

Time Lapse: Sunset Over Rogers Place Arena

The Edmonton Oilers played their final game at Rexall Place this past April ending 42 years of hockey history. The home team will... Read More

RELEASE: Heritage Vancouver’s 2016 Top 10 Most Endangered Heritage Sites

Heritage Vancouver has released this year’s Top 10 Watch List. This year we are seeing particular threats to our neighbourhoods... Read More