Yuri Artibise is a community engagement and communications specialist with a passion for urban planning, public participation and digital cultivation. . Through his Yurbanism brand, he explores the ‘Y’ of urbanism by sharing ways to make our cities more livable, community-oriented places one block at a time. He currently works with SFU Public Square as their External Projects and Communications Manager and is an elected director of the Co-operative Housing Federation of British Columbia.

Video Vancouver: A Case for Fare-Capping

Via TransitCenter (Facebook | Twitter) Transit agencies everywhere should adopt fare capping, a policy that makes paying for transit... Read More

Video Vancouver: Measuring Magic — Comfort

PPS founder Fred Kent shares his insights on comfort in public space, including why it matters, what to look for, and how to make it... Read More

Video Vancouver: Measuring Magic – Affection

PPS founder Fred Kent shares his insights on affection in public space, including why it matters, what to look for, and how to make it... Read More

Video Vancouver: The Right to Walk

Via Streetfilms: Every person has the right to walk. Choosing to move on foot — to work, school, or the market — should be safe and... Read More

Video Vancouver: Urban Planning A-Z

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Video Vancouver: Commuting is bad for your health

Via Vox: My commute is like a second job, and it might be killing me. Millions of Americans commute to work. It can be a stressful... Read More

Video Vancouver: What is Planning?

Do you ever wonder how a community just happens?…well, perhaps you’d like to know. LPPANS worked closely with PLANifax to create a... Read More

Video Vancouver: Northeast False Creek Animation

Via Joseph Hruda: Concord Pacific Waterfront Entertainment District Master Plan & Animation by: CIVITAS Urban Design &... Read More

Video Vancouver: Veronica Moss, A.U.T.O. Lobbyist

An oldie but goodie from StreetFilms: Ever wonder what folks working for sustainable transportation at the federal level are up... Read More

Video Vancouver: Residential streets are too wide. Here’s why.

Via City Beautiful: In many places in the United States, residential streets were as wide as busy city streets. I understand why urban... Read More