Join SFU Public Square and Re-Imagine Downtown Vancouver, for a special “alfresco” edition of City Conversations on the Transit Referendum on July 16, 2015.
For the last several months, I’ve been working with SFU Public Square and the Downtown Vancouver Business Association (DVBIA) on an exciting initiative to “re-imagine” downtown Vancouver.
This month we’ll be meeting at the newish Big Rock Urban Eatery at 310 West 4th Avenue in Lower Mount Pleasant.
On Tuesday, February 17, Thom Armstrong, executive director of the Co‑operative Housing Federation of BC, spoke on Vancouver Co-op Radio’s co-operatives show, Each For All.
This month we’ll be meeting at The Harrow Eatery & Bar at 850 Thurlow (near Robson) in the West End.
My father, Alan Artibise, officially retired today after a 44 year career in academia.
Meredith, a local Vancouver resident is doing her part for the Yes side in the upcoming transit plebiscite by creating these posters which she is offering at no charge for posting, copying, distribution, etc., or to line Jordan Bateman’s cat box.
“Yes” coalition calls on voters to support Metro Vancouver transportation improvements and determine its transportation future.
Over the last century, Canadian cities have been designed to accommodate the automobile. So, how do we redesign them to benefit people?
Ali Butcher knows the built forms of our cities expose something about our values and priorities. In his TEDxJacksonville talk, Redefining Space: Creativity and Sustainability in the City, Butcher first examines the shared historical narratives of Jacksonville and Vancouver, BC, and then charts where the cities’ values and growth patterns have diverged. Butcher challenges us …