A Century After 1914: Vancouver’s War Memorials

Across Canada there are over 6,000 monuments and cenotaphs dedicated to remembering those who fought in the Great War (1914-18). This... Read More

#CycleChicFilms: Observing the Elements

Meet Dave, a Vancouver-based landscape designer and installer for whom growth is essential — personal, professional and botanical... Read More

Modernism in Vancouver Part Two: West Coast Modernism

While mid-century commercial architecture was embracing International Style with its clean-edged steel and glass construction... Read More

Vancouver’s Urbanism Headlines: Tuesday

LOCAL • Robertson slams rival’s ‘cheap politicking’ over Vancouver Aquarium [Globe and Mail] • The New Point Grey Road – 26: Toderian... Read More

Vancouver’s Urbanism Headlines: Wednesday

LOCAL • CP and Vancouver bargain over value of Arbutus rail line — $20 mil or $100 mil — as July 31 deadline looms [State of... Read More

Vancouver’s Urbanism Headlines: Monday

LOCAL • Vancouver offers to buy Granville Island, Arbutus corridor — but the sale price unknown [State of Vancouver] • When... Read More

Vancouver’s Urbanism Headlines: Thursday

LOCAL • Vancouver awards bring design for the future [Globe and Mail] • In wake of SkyTrain shutdown, TransLink CEO discuses future... Read More

Vancouver’s Urbanism Headlines:

LOCAL • Vancouver willing to offer ‘fair market value’ to Canadian Pacific for Arbutus corridor, mayor tells residents [The Province... Read More

Vancouver’s Urbanism Headlines: Monday

LOCAL • Unknown price doesn’t scare Vancouver’s bid for Granville property [Globe and Mail] • Arbutus Corridor [Stephen Rees’s... Read More

Vancouver’s Urbanism Headlines: Monday

LOCAL • Granville Island enters transition period [Globe and Mail] • A look at the heartbeat of Granville Island’s community [Globe... Read More