Cold showers, cheap rent, and living ten minutes from the beach: I give the low down on what it's like to live in a trailer in Vancouver's fancy West Point Grey neighbourhood.
Jenny Tan is on a mission to figure out how to keep on living in Vancouver and so explores the housing crisis from her trailer home in the Westend.
She asks Sonja Trauss, president of YIMBY, journalist/writer Sam Cooper, developers Heather Tremain, Tony Pappajohn and Leslie Shieh, Andy Yan, director of SFU's City Program and her mom, should she stay or should she go? She is asking you too.
The Experiment. A conversation on transportation with City of Vancouver and the City of Oakland, California on municipal rapid responses to COVID. How have urban planners responded to the COVID crisis on our streets and on our sidewalks? What worked, what was the feedback process, what was learned and what to we get to keep.
Shifting from Consumers to Creators – Black Youth in the Forth Place: a conversation with Ethos Lab and the forces that have helped Build Atlanthos: an Atlantis themed, Afrofuturist inspired, virtual space made by and for young people. We talk technology and space integration, the role of digital infrastructure in the future of city making and the power of co-creation within the Fourth Place.
A conversation with an assembled group of planners and designers involved in city-wide plans around the world on the eve of Vancouver developing its comprehensive plan, and as the Squamish Nation launches its new development Sen̓áḵw. Moderated by Khelsilem.