Looking just for the info on Jane’s Walks? It’s here.
Do you ever forget you’re walking because it is such a beautiful walk? Seriously, there are days that you walk with awareness and then others that are more cerebral. Walking is not unpleasant and often really fun. Walking isn’t something that a lot of people think about. We do it all day and often are not aware of it. Continue reading ““Walking is Slow Tech””
This article originally appeared in Issue Zero of our print magazine which came out in April 2016. Q10 is a regular feature in the magazine, and features questions from Tenth to the Fraser to someone in our community. For our inaugural issue, we asked Mayor Jonathan Coté for his responses.
Our city is currently working on a revised Official Community Plan and a very large part of that conversation is on the housing that will be required if the predicted number of people really do arrive here within a few decades.
Laneway housing. Row housing. Townhouses. How do we have respectful conversations about the transformation of housing in our city? Tenth to the Fraser sat down with Mayor Jonathan Coté for a chat about the transformation of housing. Continue reading “Q10 with Mayor Jonathan Coté”