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: Canuck and I

Meet Canuck – a wild crow who formed an unlikely bond with his human friend, Shawn. The mischievous crow has captured the hearts of... Read More

Video Vancouver: Happy Streets Living Labs

What is Happy Streets Living Lab? Join Happy Streets participant Amanda Leahy as she describes the experiment and how the different... Read More

Video Vancouver: LiDAR Data Dublin

This video shows LiDAR data for a portion of a study area in central Dublin. The initial 18 seconds demonstrates standard density... Read More

Video Vancouver: Bute Rhapsody

By small places: With the lines of buildings fixed, it can be a challenge to find space for public seating. Yet just south of Robson... Read More

Video Vancouver: The Gentrification Song

The Gift of Gab “The Gentrification Song” Official Music Video. From the EP ‘Rejoice! Rappers Are Rapping... Read More

Video Vancouver: rhythm (Canada 150)

via Waves Through Windows Vancouver celebrates 150 years of Canada with rhythm. Read More

Help transform downtown Vancouver’s Ackery’s Alley

After last year’s “Alley-Oop” transformation of an alley near West Hastings and Granville streets, in downtown... Read More

Video Vancouver: Stylish Spokes

A celebration of biking and women Biking in heels. In a dress. In the rain. To the opera. For a business meeting. Whatever. You can... Read More

Video: Vancouver Hyperlapse

Via 604scans After two years and more than 100,000 photos taken, we are proud to present ‘Vancouver Hyperlapse: Extended... Read More

Video Vancouver: The Future of Mobility

The future of mobility. As usual. Västtrafik via Movin’On Read More