Redefining Granville Island?

I feel a bit ignorant for being oblivious of the changes that have been happening on Granville Island over the past year. I... Read More

Main Streets: At the Heart of Vancouver’s Communities

Main streets enliven downtowns everywhere. The mix of public spaces with a diverse array of heritage buildings and new developments... Read More

Cartographically Speaking: Vancouver Neighbourhood Puzzle

Vancouver Neighbourhood Puzzle. Click here for a larger version Black-and-white ‘figure-ground’ city maps – that depict blocks... Read More

What are Vancouver’s Best Public Spaces?

Photo courtesy of Jay Banks. Growing up in Vancouver, I didn’t really have a good understanding of what makes a lively public space... Read More

EVENTS – Restoring Community: Documentary and Discussion of Sustainability, Heritage and Community

WHEN: Wednesday, February 4, 6:30 – 8 pm WHERE: Vancity Theatre, 1181 Seymour Street ADMISSION: Tickets $12/ $8 with valid student ID... Read More

Cartographically Speaking – Criminal Topography: Residential Break and Enter, 2007

Authors: Erick Villagomez & Eric Stockand  Cities are well known as engines of innovation, creativity and wealth. However, they... Read More

City of Vancouver Urban Design Studio: R.I.P 2004 – 2014

It is with great sadness that Spacing Vancouver must report the unofficial “death” of the City of Vancouver’s highly... Read More

Active Fiction Project on until Nov. 23

The Active Fiction Project Have you ever wanted to walk through your favourite novel? Now’s your chance – come and check... Read More

The truth comes out about how Grandview-Woodlands towers became part of the Plan

Gordon Price’s Pricetags is causing a stir again…..but not in the usual way. On the heels of the upcoming election, an... Read More