The killing of Aune Newell

She was found beneath a coat hidden under dogwood and sweet clover. Toronto parks department employee Harry Lemon saw her shoe first... Read More

ELECTION: What does each party say about city issues?

As voting day rapidly approaches for the 2015 federal election, Spacing has been tracking the buzzwords for some urban concepts on the... Read More

What Amsterdam taught a Torontonian about urbanism

Tulips, windmills, and all those salacious, smoke-filled thoughts aside, Amsterdam is internationally regarded as a haven for urbanism... Read More

GARDINER EAST: Using the rail corridor to crack the highway riddle

The Gardiner East Follies returns for yet another extended run at City Hall beginning on Tuesday morning, when city officials present... Read More

McAdam, New Brunswick and the struggle of small communities

Many small towns, communities, and rural areas face challenges with the decline of traditional industries such as forestry. Often... Read More

Visual Thoughts #57

Last VT image: View from Jericho Beach, Vancouver, BC. *** Erick Villagomez is one of the founding editors at Spacing Vancouver. He is... Read More

Gardiner East: Or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Megacity

 On Thursday, June 11, Toronto City Council voted to maintain the Gardiner Expressway between Jarvis Street and the Don Valley... Read More

Winning designs from Waterfront t-shirt contest revealed

In May, the Spacing Store and Waterfront Toronto teamed up to host a t-shirt design competition focused on the iconic public spaces... Read More

A dizzy history of revolving restaurants in Toronto

Nothing epitomizes space age urbanism quite like the revolving restaurant. Imagine sitting at the top of a modern skyscraper, the... Read More

Accidental Parkland: Toronto Ravine & waterfront documentary + 100in1day mapping event

Hot drone action! White water torrents! Underground rivers! An urban region of six million people and more coming! We need your help... Read More