In Venice, Christopher DeWolf reports, Indigenous architecture gets its due.
Hong Kong's rising temperatures have created a pervasive dependence on A/C—but some are trying to break the habit.
Hong Kong’s Foreign Correspondents’ Club was once the favoured watering hole of veteran reporters, inspiring classic novels and countless brawls.
To fix a crumbling emblem, Montreal must think big once more.
Hatakeyama brings scaled-down cities to Montreal
Montrealer Sandra Lee starts an eco-revolution in Chinatown, one person at a time.
John Hartman's cities throb with life
Breathing life into Toronto's nooks and crannies
The Lives of Others and Red Road: two new films that put surveillance society under observation
The 35th Festival du Nouveau Cinéma showcases the good, the obscure and the surprising in local film
Is Toronto's Chinatown in its Death Throes?
Montreal’s “Farine Five Roses” may soon come down, taking with it a piece of city lore
Cinema du Parc in Montreal & the Revue in Toronto—Why are Canada’s best rep cinemas dying one by one?
A reflection on Paris, city of vignettes
A personal reflection on the great urbanist’s influence
Con U integrates itself into the urban milieu
The flâneur is alive and sauntering in the modern metropolis
How should Montreal’s Saint-Henri neighbourhood approach gentrification?
Besides being dangerous, is there a silver lining to pedestrians’ unruly habits?
How Vancouver’s Chinese New Year celebration is promoting interculturalism in Canada’s western metropolis
A cities-eye-view of Election 2006
The limitations of Montreal’s municipal party system meant the recent election wasn’t about vision … but there’s reason for hope
Is a residents group’s resistance to development of Toronto’s Saint Clair Avenue a knee-jerk reaction?
Greening Montreal’s roofs just makes sense. So what are we waiting for?
On Hong Kong’s multi-ethnic character
Illuminating Urban Life
The Slow movement is gaining steam. Don’t get left at the head of the pack.
If Hong Kong can do it, why can’t we?
The Crowded Heart of Kowloon
A Progress Report on Efforts to Pedestrianize Montreal’s Mount Royal Avenue
Scenes From Canada's Western Metropolises
How Public Markets Breathe Life into Urban Decline
Montreal’s Four-Seasons Indoor–Outdoor Public Market
Posters Aren’t Just Urban Clutter, For Many They’re the Only Way to Get a Message Out
A look at Calgary's cowboy identity
An Urban Housing Solution That’s Invigorating Neighbourhoods from Chicago to Montreal.
With my camera
Our Attitude Toward Prostitution Is the Worst Mix of Moralism and Hypocrisy—Here’s How to Change It
Magazines and New Media Are Tapping into Our Cities’ Unconscious
The Debate over Richard Florida’s Ideas
Will Montreal Follow Toronto’s Example in Revitalizing Its Beleaguered Waterfront?
Will the East Village's Innovative Make-over Hurt the City's Poor?
Graffiti and Stencil Art from New York to Montreal
An Urban Love-Hate Affair
The Rise of North America’s Ethnoburbs
Projet Montréal and the Promise of Car Free Day
What should come next for the home of more than five thousand drug addicts?
Why Montreal Should Protect Its Historic Religious and Industrial Sites
Avenue Verte Seeks to Reclaim Mont Royal Avenue
Why Urban Transit is Suffering in Provincial Hands
Montreal's Hamlet Beneath the Hill
A View From the Streets
Isaiah Zagar’s Magic Garden
Urban lore and the store
Balconies have an architectural flourish with deep roots in the city's culture