Ten Ways We’ll Fight for a Better Vancouver

Guest Authors: Christine Boyle and Khelsilem With few incumbents re-elected to city council, there’s an opportunity to transform... Read More

So Kennedy Stewart Truly Loves ‘The Growth Side of Things’

Guest author: Patrick Condon Fresh from being elected mayor by voters deeply worried about Vancouver’s widening gap between the... Read More

Dining out in the Downtown Eastside

It’s lunchtime at Main and Hastings and the people of the Downtown Eastside are looking for something to eat. “Day-old bread and... Read More

The Changing Role of Architects in Canada – Lively Discussions at POP // CAN // CRIT 2018

The third Pop Can Crit architecture symposium, titled The Business of Architecture in Canada looked at the synergy between... Read More

10 Principles for a Rain-Friendly City

It is no secret that it rains a lot in Vancouver. The city sees over 160 rainy days a year – with much of it falling between October... Read More

VancouverSpeculations: Commercial Dr./Kanaalstraat

Diversifying transportation options is one of the most pressing issues in urban planning and design circles—the creation and... Read More

VancouverSpeculations: Beginnings

‘Speculation’ is one of the most suspect words in urban planning and development conversations. With its contemporary economic... Read More

Listen to the Cucumber Part II: Theory to Practice

A selected writing from the cognizant Oscar Woodbead. It brings me tremendous pleasure to announce that as a result of my previous... Read More

Your Local Government Elections are Coming! Get Informed

With many local mayors not seeking re-election, numerous independent candidates, and a referendum on electoral reform, this year’s... Read More

Twelve Lessons from Housing First for Ending Homelessness

by Shannon Lambie and Naomi Wittes Reichstein On wrapping the five-year, $110-million At Home/Chez Soi landmark pilot project, the... Read More