April 6, 2012 Headlines

• Blaming Chinese for high house prices in Vancouver is racist [Vancouver Courier]
• TransLink executive bonuses set off storm of criticism [Globe and Mail]
• New night market to open in Richmond this summer [Inside Vancouver]
• TransLink revenue took a hit despite higher ridership, cross-border gas trips [Vancouver Sun]
• More Great Moments in Park Board History [What Floats to the Top of My Desk]
• Metro Vancouver opposes any weakening of fish habitat rules [Surrey North Delta Leader]
• Gas tax take down, riders up at TransLink [Surrey North Delta Leader]

• Facebook for cities: A social network for building better neighborhoods [Grist]
• America’s romance with sprawl may be over [USA Today]
• The Kindness of Cities [The Atlantic Cities]
• Living with Mies: The Towers at Lafayette Park [Places: Design Observer]