The car wins on Avenue Road. It always does. The pattern of valuing the convenience of drivers over everything else has been fixed since 1959, when the... Read More
By Keisha St. Louis-McBurnie and Lena Sanz Tovar Earlier this year, the City of Toronto at long last approved $635,000 to partially... Read More
The City of Toronto is criss-crossed with ravines and sunken railways, and the way we connect the city across these gaps is with... Read More
With school resuming over the next few weeks, the most important message many Canadian students can hear right now might not have... Read More
- LORINC: Building a better residents association LORINC: Slaying the NIMBY beast LORINC: Is Toronto missing the middle or missing the mark on housing?
- REID: Our bridges should be places we want to walk REID: Remembering Doug Taylor, a historian of Toronto REID: Examples of east side gentle density
- Book Review: Planning on the Edge Video Vancouver: The Amazing Housing Politics of Spider-Man Video Vancouver: Polis Station
- SPACING’S NEW BOOK: Remnants of Mid-Century Toronto The Beautiful Mess of Toronto Laneways, my newest book for Spacing The Ward Cabaret is Toronto’s original musical