Lessons From Copenhagen: Key Ingredients For A Successful Public Space

Copenhagen is often praised for its commitment to cycling and infrastructure. With 41% of all trips citywide done by cycling it is the... Read More

Debunking Edmonton’s “War on Cars”

A recent opinion piece in the Calgary Herald claiming that the City of Calgary  is “ignoring the plight of... Read More

RELEASE: Lead a Jane’s Walk in the 2015 Jane’s Walk Festival!

May 1st, 2nd, & 3rd, 2015: Jane’s Walk Festival Vancouver We would like to invite you to lead a Jane’s Walk in the... Read More

Our Winter of Discontent: Sidewalks and Snow Clearing

HALIFAX – After a brutal February and an almost as horrid March, Halifax (aka Hoth on a nasty day) is finally emerging from the... Read More

Event – Metro Vancouver Critter Capers – April 6th!

Hello Detectives It’s spring time in the forest and the animals are searching for the ideal place to raise their young. Lynn C the... Read More

Remembering an Olympic scramble intersection party

As City Council considers removal of the scramble at Bay and Bloor, many issues are up for debate: safety, usage levels and traffic... Read More

EVENT: A Walk With “Born to Walk” author Dan Rubinstein

Walk Toronto is hosting a walk with journalist and author Dan Rubinstein, who is about to publish his new book Born to Walk: The... Read More

Image of the Moment: Suburban Sidewalks

Image: The toll of spring run off on suburban sidewalks, rending them unusable… Location: Orleans Boulevard (south of Innes... Read More

Neighbourhood Walk: Walkin’ Down Main

Today we bring you the fourth in a series of neighbourhood photo essays by Spacing Ottawa contributor Christopher Ryan, as we take a... Read More

What the Spadina subway overrun means for Scarborough, pt. 2

EDITOR’S NOTE: Read part one of this series published yesterday When private firms invest in new equipment, the managers must... Read More