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  • Infrastructure Archives - Spacing Edmonton
    for City s Ambitious Goals By Vincent Puhakka Edmonton in many ways has been a public transit pioneer in North America most importantly through the introduction of North America s Read More Debunking Edmonton s War on Cars By Tom Young A recent opinion piece in the Calgary Herald claiming that the City of Calgary is ignoring the plight of Read More Opinion Entrance sign debate needs refocus By Paul Giang Fueled by a manic combination of civic pride and shame Edmonton Council is reopening discussions on the look of the city s Read More An Inhabitable Space By Olivia Fung Nested in a small industrial district just south of Whyte Ave Mike Lam s industrial design studio embodies a remarkable supply Read More Five Short Linear Stories on the LRT By Paul Giang This story was originally written for the Edmonton City as Museum Project ECAMP website launch ECAMP an initiative under the Read More Four wild but cheap ideas Edmonton can introduce right now to protect cyclists By Tim Querengesser Cycling in downtown Edmonton is a bit like jogging with bulls Each time you re nearly crushed riding atop your velo you wonder Read More Whither the urban car lot By Tim Querengesser David Mussell the general manager of Don Wheaton Motors on Edmonton s Whyte Avenue says the tendency for car dealerships is to Read More Wayfinding in Edmonton is about to get easier By Paul Giang Cross posted from Mack Male s Mastermaq blog See the full post here for more coverage on the Edmonton Wayfinding Group Read More It s time to quit hating on pedways By Tim Querengesser Pedways have been built in cities around the world for the same reason weather Most in places like Hong Kong Singapore and Taipei Read More Post

    Original URL path: http://spacing.ca/edmonton/infrastructure/ (2015-11-16)
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  • Politics Archives - Spacing Edmonton
    By Vincent Puhakka Anyone who has ridden our transit system over the past month can hardly have missed the almost ubiquitous posters and advertisements Read More What will Alberta s provincial election mean for its cities By Tom Young With just one week left in the 2015 race for the Legislature Alberta s provincial election has shaped up to be an exciting Read More Towers of Babel By sam singh Pax Ethnica Where and How Diversity Succeeds Author Karl E Meyer and Shareen Blair Brysac Perseus Books 2012 Can t we all Read More This Is Edmonton Don Iveson s Mayoral Campaign By Tom Young Editor s note Tom Young is a Spacing Edmonton editor and was a volunteer on the Don Iveson for Mayor campaign Although Spacing Read More Making Infill Go Boom By Peter West I can t handle the thought of living outside of a central area Mostly because it s where I have always been and the thought of a Read More The Bigger Picture Allocating Public Benefits in the Policy Arena By Peter Marriott Today City Council will consider a possible framework for a downtown Community Revitalization Levy CRL The discussion is of Read More Edmonton s urbanism headlines April 28 to May 3 By Paul Giang HERITAGE Edmonton s Harbin Gate immortalized in set of new stamps honouring Chinatowns Global Herzog The Brewery in Read More My Top Five Reasons to be Optimistic About Public Engagement in Edmonton By Jane Purvis In the midst of some controversial issues in our fair city over the last months bike lanes the new arena LRT expansion the Read More Search Advertisement Spacing Magazine fall 2015 Order issue Subscribe In these stores Popular Posts The Scale of Two Cities Schools and Parks I A History of Sharing This

    Original URL path: http://spacing.ca/edmonton/politics/ (2015-11-16)
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  • Civic Engagement Archives - Spacing Edmonton
    past month can hardly have missed the almost ubiquitous posters and advertisements Read More New Old City By Kyle Witiw Edmonton s built heritage has been front and centre a lot over the last several months and in recent weeks the possible Read More Nîkânîw Edmonton s Aboriginal Youth Leadership Program By Kyle Witiw I would like to extend a personal thanks to the Aboriginal Elders program leaders youth participants and all others who have been Read More Gaming the City By Matthew Dance Everything is related to everything else but near things are more related than distant things Waldo R Tobler Mayor Read More Moving beyond OpenArtYEG By Matthew Dance David Rauch is a machine He has been in Edmonton for less than a year and he has already deployed a number of pianos throughout the Read More Vision Realized Isaak Kornelsen Memorial Parklet By Kyle Witiw Just over one year after Jonathan Behnke developed a vision for a parklet to memorialize former classmate Isaak Kornelsen his vision Read More Why should open data matter to Edmonton By Matthew Dance I had the honour of providing some opening comments at the Open Data Hack on Saturday 24 May If you were not there to catch the Read More Place Identity and Public Consultation By Matthew Dance Edmonton is currently undergoing a massive transformation that includes a redesigned downtown core the annexation of land to the Read More New Infill Action Plan Released By Paul Giang via City of Edmonton Read More Towers of Babel By sam singh Pax Ethnica Where and How Diversity Succeeds Author Karl E Meyer and Shareen Blair Brysac Perseus Books 2012 Can t we all Read More Post navigation Older posts Search Advertisement Spacing Magazine fall 2015 Order issue Subscribe In these stores Popular Posts

    Original URL path: http://spacing.ca/edmonton/civic-engagement/ (2015-11-16)
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  • Transit Archives - Spacing Edmonton
    Puhakka Edmonton in many ways has been a public transit pioneer in North America most importantly through the introduction of North America s Read More A Tramway to Somewhere By Trent Portigal The story of Edmonton s rail transit begins in 1893 a year after the Town of Edmonton was incorporated A paragraph is usually enough Read More Debunking Edmonton s War on Cars By Tom Young A recent opinion piece in the Calgary Herald claiming that the City of Calgary is ignoring the plight of Read More 5 things ETS could improve for new users By Paul Giang Whether you just moved into town or have never taken public transit before riding Edmonton Transit System ETS can be stressful Read More Continuing the Great Bus Debate Time to Revisit Pulse Transit By Paul Giang Thanks to coverage by the Journal s Elise Stolte there has been healthy debate on the vision of Edmonton Transit s network and Read More The Edmonton Streetcar Its Urban Form Part 2 By Jason Pfeifer Some time ago now I wrote Part 1 of The Edmonton Streetcar and its Urban Form In it I identified that Edmonton s favourite Read More Five Short Linear Stories on the LRT By Paul Giang This story was originally written for the Edmonton City as Museum Project ECAMP website launch ECAMP an initiative under the Read More Induced Demand How Edmonton Can Undermine Its LRT Investment By Kyle Witiw The proposed widening of 75th Street to six lanes as part of the southeast LRT project was recently discussed in an article in the Read More Design and the City The LRT and the Flying E By Jeff Robson What contributes to the image of a city Is it the rich manufacturing heritage on 104th Street The vibrancy of

    Original URL path: http://spacing.ca/edmonton/transit/ (2015-11-16)
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  • Parks Archives - Spacing Edmonton
    Portigal Developing schools and parks involves complex issues of land acquisition ownership and mixing of uses The history of provincial Read More A Pocket Park Paradise By Trent Portigal An article entitled City closer to changing downtown Edmonton parking lot putting up paradise appeared in Metro News last year Read More Old Strathcona Farmers Market should see opportunity in park proposal By Paul Giang Proposals for a park along Gateway Boulevard from Whyte Avenue to Saskatchewan Drive were not warmly received by some businesses the Read More The picnic tables at Amiskwaskahegan need to go By Paul Giang An article in Metro Edmonton last week described Amiskwaskahegan also known as Beaver Hills House Park as a drug park that is Read More A Partial History of A Roadway Plan 524R By Trent Portigal An odd shaped lot about twelve hundred square metres in size and located just north of 76 Avenue in Mill Creek Ravine South was Read More This Is Edmonton River Valley Colours By Owen Murray The North Saskatchewan River Valley is unquestionably Edmonton s gem hidden in plain sight For those of us who live on one Read More What is the value of remote By Matthew Dance While I agree in general that the river valley should be accessible to all abilities and mobilities I do not agree that all of the Read More Edmonton s Lost Chinese Market Gardens By Kathryn Gwun Yeen Lennon If you visit the City of Edmonton Archives a search for market gardens in the Henderson s City Directory for 1932 turns up several Read More Placemaking beyond the River Valley Part II By Paul Giang In my previous post I talked about the need for quality public spaces outside of the river valley and ravines Not all Edmontonians Read More

    Original URL path: http://spacing.ca/edmonton/parks/ (2015-11-16)
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  • History Archives - Spacing Edmonton
    More Schools and Parks I A History of Sharing By Trent Portigal Developing schools and parks involves complex issues of land acquisition ownership and mixing of uses The history of provincial Read More Preserving Chinatown By Paul Giang This article was originally published for Spacing s Summer 2015 Issue available at Chapters After decades of City neglect and Read More A Tramway to Somewhere By Trent Portigal The story of Edmonton s rail transit begins in 1893 a year after the Town of Edmonton was incorporated A paragraph is usually enough Read More Selling Subdivisions to Francophones Part 2 By Trent Portigal The period of 1905 to 1915 was an eventful time for Edmonton and up until the 1912 annexation Strathcona The French language Read More Selling Subdivisions to Francophones Part 1 By Trent Portigal For a short time about a century ago Edmonton was the home to the only French language newspaper in western Canada The paper a Read More Brutalism s Renaissance By sam singh Brutalism took centre stage a few days ago in Edmonton with a visit by professor Robert Bruegmann from the University of Illinois at Read More Reimagine YEG Blatchford Control Tower By Paul Giang Image rendering created by Michael Zabinski The image is fictional and does not serve as official material for the Blatchford Read More A Partial History of A Roadway Plan 524R By Trent Portigal An odd shaped lot about twelve hundred square metres in size and located just north of 76 Avenue in Mill Creek Ravine South was Read More Edmonton Streets By Erik Backstrom There s a little bit of Edmonton in Saskatoon and Smithers Gatineau and Guelph In a trailer park in small town Michigan and an Read More Post navigation Older posts Search Advertisement Spacing Magazine fall 2015

    Original URL path: http://spacing.ca/edmonton/history/ (2015-11-16)
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  • Community Archives - Spacing Edmonton
    Parks I A History of Sharing By Trent Portigal Developing schools and parks involves complex issues of land acquisition ownership and mixing of uses The history of provincial Read More Preserving Chinatown By Paul Giang This article was originally published for Spacing s Summer 2015 Issue available at Chapters After decades of City neglect and Read More This Is Edmonton Park ing Day 2015 By Tom Young Edmonton s second annual Park ing Day was held last Friday temporarily occupying numerous parking stalls on Namêw 97 Street Read More Navigating Cultural Appropriation in Public Art By Paul Giang Ongoing discussions around public art and cultural appropriation among Edmonton s arts community and its critics have left some Read More Selling Subdivisions to Francophones Part 1 By Trent Portigal For a short time about a century ago Edmonton was the home to the only French language newspaper in western Canada The paper a Read More Old Strathcona Farmers Market should see opportunity in park proposal By Paul Giang Proposals for a park along Gateway Boulevard from Whyte Avenue to Saskatchewan Drive were not warmly received by some businesses the Read More New Old City By Kyle Witiw Edmonton s built heritage has been front and centre a lot over the last several months and in recent weeks the possible Read More BOTTLE SERVICE Why a wet shelter makes sense for downtown homeless By The Yards Originally published in the winter 2014 issue of The Yards Written by Scott McKeen Mental illness is not a crime Not a moral Read More LUSTY YOUNG GIANT A Biography of Downtown By The Yards Originally published in the winter 2014 issue of The Yards Written by Omar Mouallem Shortly after the CN Tower was completed in Read More Post navigation Older posts Search Advertisement Spacing

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  • Neighbourhoods Archives - Spacing Edmonton
    City neglect and Read More Reimagine YEG Blatchford Control Tower By Paul Giang Image rendering created by Michael Zabinski The image is fictional and does not serve as official material for the Blatchford Read More Edmonton s Got a Fever By Kyle Witiw Tall buildings are all the rage in Edmonton these days It seems the flood gates have opened on a new tall building frenzy the likes Read More Papaschase Big Woodpecker By Paul Giang To relocate the Métis Cree away from Fort Edmonton and the highly valued North Saskatchewan River negotiations were made to create Read More An Inhabitable Space By Olivia Fung Nested in a small industrial district just south of Whyte Ave Mike Lam s industrial design studio embodies a remarkable supply Read More City and Campus By Peter West Academic institutions have an interesting relationship with cities While campuses across the country strive to develop a nurturing Read More Blatchford A radio documentary By Lana Cuthbertson With the recent changes to the plan for Blatchford the new neighbourhood planned for Edmonton s City Centre Airport lands I Read More The Paramount Importance of Spring Cleaning By Kyle Witiw Spring is here at last The season of rebirth renewal and demolition Yes It seems that here in Edmonton spring has not Read More Whither the urban car lot By Tim Querengesser David Mussell the general manager of Don Wheaton Motors on Edmonton s Whyte Avenue says the tendency for car dealerships is to Read More Towers of Babel By sam singh Pax Ethnica Where and How Diversity Succeeds Author Karl E Meyer and Shareen Blair Brysac Perseus Books 2012 Can t we all Read More Post navigation Older posts Search Advertisement Spacing Magazine fall 2015 Order issue Subscribe In these stores Popular Posts The Scale of

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