April 17, 2012 Headlines

• David Suzuki forced to resign from board of foundation by “vicious” media attacks [Vancouver Observer]
• Vancouver council advised to reduce size of proposed tower [Globe and Mail]
• Mayors, TransLink grapple with $45-million transit question [Globe and Mail]
• By the numbers: Vancouver’s first quarter crime statistics [OpenFile]
• Downtown Eastside residents sound the DISPLACEMENT alarm [The Mainlander]
• TransLink CEO defends ‘bonuses’, decries ‘disheartening’ media coverage [Vancouver Sun]
• Developer opts for marketing over sustainability [Civic Surrey]
• Greenest facility ‘on the planet’ opens doors at UniverCity [Burnaby News Leader]

• Healthier Eating Starts on the Roof [The New York Times]
• The Distinctive City [Urban Land]
• Is Bad Urban Design Making Us Lonely? [The Atlantic Cities]