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Canadian Urbanism Uncovered

October 28, 2011 Headlines

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• House values skyrocket in Vancouver’s Cambie corridor [CBC News]
• Mayoral candidates unleash economic plans [Vancouver Courier]
• Ending ‘the structures on that space’ [Globe and Mail]
• This weekend in Vancouver: All things Halloween [OpenFile]
• The October Revolution [The Mainlander]
• Numbers: Does Langley get screwed on transit funding? [Price Tags]
• No post-Olympics tourist bump in sight for B.C. [Globe and Mail]
• Top-Down Meets Bottom-Up on Philadelphia Streets [Project For Public Spaces]
• Public Participation: More than an “Orgy of Public Process” [Next American City]
• Urbanized: An Interview with Gary Hustwit [Places: Design Observer]
• Why population hysteria is more damaging than it seems [The Guardian – U.K.]
• Designing for Density Doesn’t Have to Be Ugly, or Scary [The Atlantic]
• Whidbey gets serious about building local, healthy food systems [Crosscut]