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: Vanniversary

Via City of Vancouver: For Vancouver’s birthday [April 6], we asked citizens some fun questions through our TalkVancouver.com... Read More

VIDEO: The “Missing Middle” in Vancouver’s Housing Density Debate

Via The Tyee: When you think of high urban density, you might think of big land assembly projects that end up in blockbusting towers... Read More

Book Review: The Death and Life of the Single Family House

Author: Nathaniel Lauster (Temple University Press, 2016) In The Death and Life of the Single Family House: Lessons from Vancouver on... Read More

Video: Can You Speak British Columbian?

Chinook Wawa is intimately linked with the history of British Columbia. From its roots in the Nootka Jargon catalyzed by the voyage of... Read More

Video Vancouver: Return to Hogan’s Alley

Secret Vancouver: Return to Hogan’s Alley Discover how this hotbed of historic jazz was nearly forgotten by time and erased by... Read More

VIDEO: Vancouver’s Multi-Modal Success Story

Streetsfilms was lucky to be at the ProWalk ProBike ProPlace 2016 this Summer where we got to hang with many of the smartest folks in... Read More

VIDEO: Vancouver’s Three Cities

The Vancouver of today is actually an amalgamation of three cities. Their distinctive cultures survive today. This video has some... Read More

Video Vancouver: West End 66

West End 66 (excerpts), B&W, 1966 by scottvbc West End 66 was produced for the CBUT ( CBC Vancouver) program Camera West. This... Read More

Poppies Popping Up

What False Creek residents feared would be an ugly gravel pit next to their homes has turned into a wildflower meadow, thanks to the... Read More