With the Christmas countdown in full swing, I thought I’d give a shout out to some of my favourite (not “favorite”) Canadian books about cities that urbanists on either side of the border ought to appreciate.
Although it’s not in immediate danger, circumstances are conspiring that might one day put the Charles Street Transit Terminal in harm’s way.
At the beginning of November, Emma (my girlfriend) and I went on a grand tour of New England and New York so I could visit campuses and talk to folks about grad school, and so Emma could speak to people about working in the publishing industry.
The New Courthouse Construction of Waterloo Region’s new Mega Courthouse is well underway on the block bordered by Duke, Frederick, Weber and Scott Streets. It will add yet another monumental single-use block to the downtown, which does have a certain urban sexiness to it, especially in those sleek computerized renderings, and I do believe that […]
This reading week, Emma and I travelled to Montreal. We saw lots of amazing museums/other cultural institutions (my favourites being the Point-à-Callière Museum of Archaeology and History, which is actually two buildings attached by underground ruins, and the Redpath Museum on the McGill University campus, which is an interdisciplinary natural history/anthropology institution), ate lots of great […]
On the first day, we decided to just drive to Brantford so we could have an early start the next day. We stayed at a sketchy motel a few doors down from a teenage couple who smoked a lot. In the other direction, one of the units looked like it may have been converted into […]
These photos were taken sometime in early December, but I’ve been pretty busy with various holiday things and other photo shoots! You can look forward to some much crazier photos coming in the next few days from a journey across Ontario to visit downtown malls in Chatham, London, Brantford, Hamilton and Peterborough, as well as […]