PODCAST: Spacing Radio 025, “Until We’re Safe”

In this episode, we discuss the problems with policing in Toronto. Alok Mukherjee was Chair of the Toronto Police Services Board from... Read More

What TCHC needs to do next with Regent Park

This is a guest column from Shauna Brail and Alfred Jean-Baptiste Over the relatively short time span of just over a decade, Regent... Read More

Why I revived the Bureau of Municipal Research

Ten years ago, as a grad student researching the history of Toronto’s waterfront, I came across a study, published in 1977, that could... Read More

The need for site-specific works of art

Daniel Young and Christian Giroux’s new public art piece— Three Points Where Two Lines Meet, located at the intersection of Bathurst... Read More

PODCAST: Spacing Radio 024, Ontario Votes!

Election day is fast approaching, advanced polls are already open, so let’s talk Ontario. We’re joined by TV... Read More

Writing Vancouver – Smashed Egg Syndrome

SMASHED EGG SYNDROME or How to Make an Omelette If you want to make an omelette, you have to break a few eggs. — City of Burnaby... Read More

Writing Vancouver – A Long Story this …

A Long Story this … It was at Quebec and Terminal in 1973, as a young immigrant hitch-hiker, I arrived at the Pacific... Read More

PODCAST: Spacing Radio 023, Winning Women

If you can read this, the 2018 Toronto election has begun! Toronto City Council has a problem when it comes to gender parity and... Read More

Release: Living in an apartment with kids? Share your experiences

Via City of Vancouver: The City of Vancouver is seeking input from apartment-dwelling families with children to help plan for spaces... Read More

The “Right to Housing” still not realized in BC – why a constitutional amendment may be needed

Despite recent advocacy, a declaration by our Prime Minister that housing rights are human rights, and a record count of homelessness... Read More