May 29, 2012 Headlines

• Central Park: Board offers food for thought in Vancouver [Vancouver Courier]
• B.C. parents with WiFi health fears vote to limit school networks [Globe and Mail]
• Canada prepares for an Asian future [BBC]
• Are bicycle helmets doing more harm than good? [Vancouver Sun]
• McMartin: Is Vancouver’s goal of urban density just plain dense? [Vancouver Sun]
• Next stage for the Viaducts [Price Tags]

• Sarah Williams Goldhagen on Architecture: Living High [The New Republic]
• Edward Murray Bassett and the Origins of Zoning [Sustainable Cities Collective]
• A 30,000-Square-Foot Community Garden, in a Parking Garage [The Atlantic Cities]
• Urban walkability: the new driver in real estate values [Crosscut]