The Steveston Salmon Festival: 5 Urbanist Sights to See

The Steveston Salmon Festival is happening this Canada Day weekend. The festival has been going for some 73 years down on the southern... Read More

2018 AIBC Architectural Walking Tours Begin July 2

Release:?Architectural Institute of British Columbia’s (AIBC) Walk the Blocks of Vancouver with AIBC Architectural Walking Tours For... Read More

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

Notes from the Maritimes

At the end of May, the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (RAIC) held their 2018 Festival of Architecture in Saint John, New... Read More

Book Review – Preserving Our Heritage: Perspectives from Antiquity to the Digital Age

Author:?Michele Valerie Cloonan (Facet Publishing, 2014) Preserving Our Heritage:?Perspectives from Antiquity to the Digital Age takes an... 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

Book Review – Copp House

Author: Adele Weder (ORO Editions (2017)? In a mansion-filled Vancouver neighbourhood not far from the University of British Columbia... Read More

The Arts and Crafts Movement in Early Vancouver

By Jim Wolf for Vancouver Heritage Foundation The Arts and Crafts movement in Vancouver has left a rich legacy that is expressed in... Read More

50 Objects That Define Toronto: Marriage Certificate of First Legal Gay Union

Spacing teamed up with FIBE TV1 last year to create a series based on our first book 50 Objects That Define Toronto. Once a week we... Read More

50 Objects That Define Toronto: Joe carter’s 1993 Batting Gloves

Spacing teamed up with FIBE TV1 last year to create a series based on our first book 50 Objects That Define Toronto. Once a week we... Read More