Recap: Vancouver Design Week(end) 2017

Via Vancouver Design Week: With over 50 events in just two days the second edition of the Vancouver’s official interdisciplinary... Read More

WWW: Cities fighting for the death of car culture

Make cycling cool again How China is attempting to reverse its car-centric, status oriented, development agenda and re-popularize the... Read More

RELEASE: Vancouver Design Week(end) 2017

Showcasing stand out design talent from the edge of the world Vancouver’s official interdisciplinary design festival is back... Read More

Book Review – Medieval Cities: Their Origins and The Revival of Trade

Author: Henri Pirenne (Princeton University Press, 2014) The late fantasy novelist Terry Pratchett once stated: “If you do not know... Read More

EVENT: Jane’s Walk, Burnabyism: Envisioning 52,600 people in Brentwood

Burnabyism: Envisioning 52,600 people in Brentwood (Gilmore SkyTrain Station) WHEN: May 6, 2017, 2:30 PM, LENGTH: 2 Hours About This... Read More

Book Review: Seeing the Better City

Author: Charles R. Wolfe (Island Press, 2017) In many cities, the process of planning and designing our communities has become... Read More

Release: REFBC Building Change report released

People live in places. The places that we build – small towns, communities, cities, suburbs – all have impacts on our environment and... Read More

The Artful City: Art That Belongs to All of Us

Interview by: Gill Baldwin The Artful City series looks beyond Toronto in a new set of articles and interviews investigating public... Read More

WWW: Inclusive urban visions

How to build inclusive communities Challenging urban segregation is essential for economic and social suitability but requires... Read More

LORINC: Why the Libs’ planning mistakes are fuelling the GTA’s real estate madness

Until the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. (CMHC) released a new report showing that a shortage of supply wasn’t, in fact, the... Read More