Toronto transit activists are frustrated that funding for planned streetcars is being rerouted, and are preparing a "Save Transit City" campaign.
Apr 18, 2010 The National Post
As Baby Boomers reach retirement age in Canada, nearly one out of five in the country will be retired within a decade. This coming retirement boom is already affecting the housing market, which many expect to change dramatically.
Mar 22, 2009 The National Post
The city of Toronto is considering a plan to fast-track the construction of a new downtown subway line.
Feb 2, 2009 The National Post
The military presence in Afghanistan is expanding at a rapid pace, creating a military sprawl.
Sep 29, 2008 The National Post
<p>Stores in Vancouver suburbs have installed a device outside their stores called a 'Mosquito' that emits a high-pitched frequency that the average adult can't hear. The device is effective in decreasing vandalism, but at what cost to public space?</p>
Jul 31, 2008 The National Post
<p>B.C. Auditor General John Doyle released a scathing report this week claiming that officials have done a poor job of involving the public and looking out for their best interests.</p>
Jul 21, 2008 The National Post
<p>Resembling a compartment in a first-class airplane cabin more than a standard hotel room, new pod hotels are popping up in major travel centers in Europe and North America, offering mini-rooms that provide travelers with lower-cost lodgings.</p>
May 2, 2008 The National Post
<p>After a recent shooting death in Toronto, one writer lays the blame for urban violence on city planners.</p>
Mar 19, 2008 The National Post
<p>While other cities may be perfect examples of textbook urbanism, Toronto's diversity and rough edges makes it an especially useful model for 21st century cities, observes one planner.</p>
Oct 18, 2007 The National Post
<p>Urban ethnic enclaves are nothing new. But Peace Village, just north of Toronto, is: it's Canada's first all-Muslim subdivision, where houses feature separate rooms for men and women, and the streets are filled with pedestrians.</p>
Oct 10, 2007 The National Post