Book Review: Atlas of Cities

Editor: Paul Knox (Princeton University Press, 2014) With cities at the centre of all major global phenomena—from climate change to... Read More

REID: “You cannot talk fatalities down” – international insights on walking and cycling

When I asked Anders Lie, the Swedish expert on the Vision Zero traffic safety program, about cities (like Toronto) where politicians... Read More

REID: Transforming Buenos Aires

A radical transformation of the centre of Buenos Aires, Argentina, combining a new Bus Rapid Transit project and a... Read More

EVENT: East Vancouver Garden Tour—Sunday, June 18th

This year’s East Vancouver Garden Tour will be on Father’s Day, Sunday, June 18th. Like other years, this year’s... Read More

WWW: Cities fighting for the death of car culture

Make cycling cool again How China is attempting to reverse its car-centric, status oriented, development agenda and re-popularize the... Read More

Stand right, walk left: the escalator algorithm

When Spacing asked Torontonians for their insights into Toronto public etiquette, one of the clearest and most repeated messages we... Read More

EVENT: Jane’s Walk, Burnabyism: Envisioning 52,600 people in Brentwood

Burnabyism: Envisioning 52,600 people in Brentwood (Gilmore SkyTrain Station) WHEN: May 6, 2017, 2:30 PM, LENGTH: 2 Hours About This... Read More

Video Vancouver: Anyone Can Lead Their Own Jane’s Walk!

Jane’s Walk 2017 is on May 5, 6, and 7! Whether the conversation is about art, architecture, soundscapes, diversity, history... Read More

EVENT: Vancouver Design Week(end) 2017, May 12-14

Vancouver Design Week(end) will run from May 12–14 throughout Vancouver. Vancouver Design Week(end) (VDW) is the city’s official... Read More

Events: London Heritage Farm Plant Sale, May 13/14

London Heritage Farm is having its 11th Annual Plant Sale this May 13 & 14, 10am-4pm. Experience the breathtaking nature of... Read More