July 12, 2012 Headlines

• Park board pushes seawall extension [Vancouver Courier]
• Southern Gateway: An American pipeline giant’s plans for Vancouver [Vancouver Observer]
• Rents on three Vancouver streets among highest in the country [OpenFile]
• Vancouver: Canada’s most congested city [Vancouver Sun]
• The TomTom Beat: Car Congestion and Choice [Price Tags]
• Vision councillor tells Vancouverites to establish Jericho beachhead [Vancouver Courier]
• I Bragged about Vancouver Cycling and Global Experts Laughed [The Tyee]
• Sewage as energy: An essentially unlimited renewable resource [Globe and Mail]
• Really Old House! [What Floats to the Top of My Desk]
• The textbook urban village: Vancouver’s West End [Fraseropolis]

• Dig It! [The Architect’s Newspaper]
• Urban world: Cities and the rise of the consuming class [McKinsey & Company]
• Singapore Airport Unveils the ‘World’s Largest Kinetic Art Sculpture’ [The Atlantic Cities]