May 11, 2012 Headlines

• Architect behind “Vancouver Pair” proposal gives talk in Vancouver [OpenFile]
• West Vancouver centennial marks growth from logging community to wealthy city of 45,000 [Vancouver Sun]
• Urban farm near False Creek to grow organic produce [Vancouver Sun]
• Vancouver mayor heads to Europe to share secrets of success [Globe and Mail]
• No-one named “director of planning” in new Vancouver re-org [State of Vancouver]
• Mayors must decide on joining TransLink board [Surrey North Delta Leader]

• You Hate Taxes, but You’re Not Moving to Nashville [Bloomberg View]
• How Satellite Cities Are Reshaping East Africa [The Atlantic Cities]
• Why Seattle needs a new urban environmentalism [Crosscut]
• Three Gorges: Photographs of the Lost Town of Kaixian, China [Places: Design Observer]