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Editor’s Note: The following is an excerpt from Reinier de Graaf’s recently published book, Architect, Verb.: The New... Read More

LORINC: Why aren’t Toronto’s major streets major streets?

One day last week, Toronto history buff Jeremy Hopkin tweeted a then-and-now set of images that told an unflattering story about where... Read More

LORINC: Is the 15-minute city’s 15 minutes up yet?

By way of spoiler alert, I’ll begin by saying I have no intention of wasting my time (or yours) rebutting the lunacy of the... Read More

In Chinatown, Precious Few Places for Seniors to Live

A new report sounds the alarm on the housing crisis for immigrant seniors in and around Vancouver’s Chinatown. Many seniors expect to... Read More

Book review: DIY City

Author: Hank Dittmar (Island Press, 2020) DIY, or “do-it-yourself,” as it relates to urban planning, most easily evokes... Read More

Reimagining under the Gardiner

Toronto’s journey towards urban renewal could witness a new stage unfold with plans to transform overlooked areas beneath the Gardiner... Read More

S101 Series: Introduction and Call

If you’ve heard it once, you’ve heard it a thousand times: cities are complex. But that doesn’t mean they need to be complicated... Read More

EXCERPT: Displacement City: Fighting for Health and Homes in a Pandemic

The following is the afterword by Spacing‘s Shawn Micallef in the new book Displacement City: Fighting for Health and Homes in a... Read More

Digging Into Where The Sun Needs Shine – BROADWAY PLAN – Part 2

Expand upon our embedded assets This lyric essay digs inside the psyche of planning processes. It uses the oblique projection of... Read More

Rexdale deserves a spa: An invitation to Therme

Therme Canada’s proposal for a spa is better suited for Woodbine Entertainment’s renewal plan, and would allow the City of... Read More