by Wayne Chan | May 3rd 11:55 am
My daily commute is like a small gear of mechanical time, of epicycles upon epicycles, where days turn to months and to years, and the seasons cycle through. The rhythms of time are constant, but the changes they bring are not.
by Brendan Harrison | Apr 12th 12:54 pm
When white supremacists moved into my neighbourhood, I was forced to reconsider what community meant to me.
by george ilsley | May 3rd 1:44 pm
The neighborhood of Broma in Vancouver (around Broadway and Main) used to have salmon streams and a temperate rainforest. Now it has hipsters.
by Monica Meneghetti | May 2nd 11:45 pm
Queer Banffites come in every stripe but, like other wildlife, most of us are well-camouflaged.
by Christin Geall | May 3rd 10:16 pm
In my neighborhood, houses float out to sea. They’re jacked up from their foundations, lifted onto trucks, and barged away.
by Allison Sparling | Apr 22nd 2:12 pm
A building changes from a delightfully seedy corner to a fixture in an increasingly upscale community.
by Allison Sparling | Apr 15th 2:56 pm
Young Street changes as it travels through North and West End Halifax, from industrial to commercial-residential to picturesque Hydrostone. Young Street combines scenery, industry, and local businesses alongside retail giants like Superstore. You’ll see students clutching beer as they dash across the street on warm spring nights, dog owners out for a walk and cyclists merging with car traffic.
by Allison Sparling | Apr 8th 4:29 pm
I love walking. Traipsing farther and farther into unknown neighbourhoods makes my skin glow. I get inspired, and my mind races faster than my feet trying to get that last lap in before dark. Walking makes me feel like I can do anything.
by Allison Sparling | Apr 2nd 4:25 pm
Most of the routes here only run twice an hour and may often be late or not appear at all. This has earned the Metro Transit bus the nickname “loser cruiser.” Well then, I’m a loser.