RELEASE: Kickstarter Pledges Bring Vancouver’s Ackery’s Alley to Life

Following a 30-day Kickstarter campaign, More Awesome Now, creators of Vancouver’s first reimagined laneway, Alley-Oop, have achieved... Read More

RELEASE: AIBC Architectural Walking Tours Begin on Canada Day

Did you know that Vancouver architects are responsible for making the famed CBC “bunker” building almost completely wireless? In a... Read More

Visual Thoughts #66

Last VT image: Westham Farms in Delta, BC. *** Erick Villagomez is one of the founding editors at Spacing Vancouver. He is also an... Read More

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