And something called the ‘human kebab zone’ is involved. Last of two.
First Nations architect Ouri Scott has ideas on how building design can further reconciliation.
Our love affair with the private vehicle is waning. Does it still deserve a third of our urban living space?
‘Inclusionary zoning’ has worked in US cities, but is tricky to get right.
The Greenest Action Plan doesn’t seem to be making Lotus Land happier. Here’s a new vision.
UBC’s Nathanael Lauster urges city dwellers to shake off their ‘house addiction.’
Projects like these make us stop and think, and can even inspire us to change.
Here, 10 top shelf options that economists of differing stripes agree on.
Facing complex challenges, his struggle is emblematic of hundreds others. First of two parts.
Vancouver’s neighbour finally evolving into its role at the geographic centre of the region.
Mayor concedes affordable housing will be lost, but says he’s hamstrung by senior governments. Part one of two.
Decades from now, researchers reflect with shock, pity on what led to creation of regional, economically unequal ‘bantustans.’
Seven ways we’re already preparing for the transition. Add your own.
Historically, naming practices favoured political elites. This time, the public gets a say. Maybe.
The game and its successors will change our relationships with our neighbourhoods. It’s a good time to ask: who decides how?
Co-ops and co-housing reimagine the multi-family dwelling, one mini-community at a time.
Since Expo 86 many warned global wealth would kill local homebuyers' dreams.
Why non-experts should have last say in changing neighbourhoods.
How Bob Williams helped make a derelict cop shop a litmus for clashing values in Vancouver.
Vancouver has lost hundreds of hectares of canopy in just two decades.
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