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Keith Reynolds | From public transit to sewage treatment, many local issues are connected to the growing crisis confronting towns and cities in Canada facing growing costs and limited revenues.
News
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Albert Koehl | Building our cities to accommodate cars has meant creating public roadways that usually aren't welcoming to cyclists or pedestrians, even for short trips.
News
Samantha Sarra | Elected officials, unions, urban planners, academics and advocacy groups are coming together for the inaugural Engaging Women, Transforming Cities national conference on May 30.
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David J. Climenhaga | The NDP can speak for those of us who live in Alberta’s cities, and improve its electoral chances too. Or it can wait for someone else to do it.
Podcast
Adam Bemma | #CityDoc hears from organizers and participants of a citizen-led urban design workshop re-imagining the northern sector of Park Avenue in Montreal.
Podcast
Redeye Collective | City council wants to remove two remnants of a never-completed highway system in Vancouver’s downtown core. But, in the process, two long-standing community gardens are threatened with demolition.