<p>In Toronto, two opportunities to breathe life into the forgotten corners of the city.</p>
Feb 13, 2007   Maisonneuve
Hong Kong has one of the most progressive pedestrianization programs in the world, writes Christopher DeWolf. Canadian cities, take note.
Sep 9, 2005   Maisonneuve
A look at Hong Kong's most crowded neighborhood.
Aug 26, 2005   Maisonneuve
Why cities should cherish -- and support -- their public markets.
Jul 14, 2005   Maisonneuve
A photo essay about Montreal's largest public market and why it is successful.
Jun 29, 2005   Maisonneuve
Why posters are an essential part of a city's cultural and community life.
Jun 16, 2005   Maisonneuve
Plexes, abundant in Montreal and common in Chicago, Boston and other cities, are a versatile, dense and attractive form of urban housing.
Apr 23, 2005   Maisonneuve
Why Canadian cities need to develop innovative and humane strategies to deal with sex work.
Mar 26, 2005   Maisonneuve
Magazines and new media are unearthing our cities' hidden stories and stressing the need for quality public space.
Feb 24, 2005   Maisonneuve
Why Richard Florida's creative class is about grassroots innovation, not symphony halls or "latte-sipping hipsters."
Feb 9, 2005   Maisonneuve
Will Montreal Follow Toronto&#146;s Example in Revitalizing Its Beleaguered Waterfront?
Jan 27, 2005   Maisonneuve