Video Vancouver: Rainy Day (with @5kids1condo)

Via small places: Those rainy days on the cycle ways: shopping, sloshing, stopping, onward again. Family time downtown, all mere... Read More

Vancouver 2.0

Tucked into the north-east corner of Vancouver lies the unassuming neighbourhood of Hastings-Sunrise. Bound by the waters of the... Read More

Video Vancouver: Burrard Bridge Turns a Corner

Via small places: Building on interim changes from the last decade, the Burrard Bridge has landed firmly in downtown – bringing... Read More

Video Vancouver: Rethinking The City

Via Complexity Labs: Urban Networks – Rethinking the City is our research paper providing in-depth analysis on the current urban... Read More

Copenhagen: Textbook Urbanism

Jan Gehl is probably the best tour guide you could ever hope for in Copenhagen. And so it was, after luxuriating over a couple of long... Read More

Event: Infinite Happiness — Film Screening And Panel Discussion Night, November 9

World Town Planning Day (WTPD) is an international day celebrating the accomplishments of professional planners and their... Read More

Event: Walk & Talk — Olympic Village as a Giant Sponge, November 4

Via Walk Bike Roll Vancouver: Vancouver is famous for its rain, but as a city, we can do more with it than just watch it fall from the... Read More

Book Review – Handbook of Biophilic City Planning and Design

Author: Timothy Beatley (Island Press, 2016) The term “biophilia” may be new to many people. In recent years, people have become more... Read More

How UBC Library is helping to preserve heritage buildings in Vancouver.

UBC Library’s B.C. Historical newspaper archives, part of the university’s publicly-accessible Open Collections, is playing a critical... Read More

Book Review: What Makes a Great City

Author: Alexander Garvin (Island Press/Center for Resource Economics, 2016) Alexander Garvin is an adjunct professor at the Yale... Read More