Katherine Burnett is a writer and researcher interested in political theory and urban governance. She is currently a PhD student in Political Science at the University of Victoria, where she studies global cities and cultural, social, and political thought. In her spare time, Katherine enjoys travelling and exploring cities.

The Stanza Project

Every Thursday afternoon, a group of writers gather in Carnegie Community Centre; although not yet six years old, the aptly named... Read More

Mark Kingwell on Public Space

At the annual Warren Gill Memorial Lecture held last Thursday at SFU Woodwards, Mark Kingwell was the epitome of the public... Read More

Streetcrow: Another View of Urban Life

Streetcrow, Vancouver’s most recent social media darling, said goodbye on Wednesday. After his post went out, to more than 3500... Read More

Restaurants that changed Vancouver: Vij’s

Editor’s Note: Spacing Vancouver presents this ongoing series about how food helps define the city. Dr. Lenore Newman and... Read More

Restaurants that Changed Vancouver: Hapa Izakaya

Editor’s Note: Spacing Vancouver presents this ongoing series about how food helps define the city. Dr. Lenore Newman and... Read More

Restaurants that Changed Vancouver: Save-on-Meats

Editor’s Note: Spacing Vancouver presents this ongoing series about how food helps define the city. Dr. Lenore Newman and... Read More

Restaurants that Changed Vancouver: Aki

Editor’s Note: Spacing Vancouver presents this ongoing series about how food helps define the city. Dr. Lenore Newman and... Read More

Restaurants that Changed Vancouver: Cactus Club

[Spacing Vancouver presents this ongoing series about how food helps define the city. Dr. Lenore Newman and Katherine Burnett look... Read More

Restaurants that Changed Vancouver: Trader Vic’s

[Spacing Vancouver presents this ongoing series about how food helps define the city. Dr. Lenore Newman and Katherine Burnett look... Read More

Restaurants that Changed Vancouver: Japadog

[Spacing Vancouver presents this ongoing series about how food helps define the city. Dr. Lenore Newman and Katherine Burnett look... Read More