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ARCHITECTS NEWSPAPER | Nov 15, 2022
In light of the death of Mike Davis, who was a writer, urban theories and political activist, associate professor at the School Architecture and Landscape Architecture Matthew Soules paid tribute to Davis's work.
CBC QUIRKS AND QUARKS | Nov 12, 2022
Professor emeritus Dr. Bill Rees from the School of Community and Regional Planning) discussed the exponential growth of the world's population and how population impacts are inextricably linked with consumption.
DAILY HIVE | Nov 10, 2022
Paul Boniface Akaabre, PhD candidate at the School of Community and Regional Planning, and colleagues found that owners of Greater Vancouver’s expensive homes pay a “tiny” amount of income taxes relative to their wealth in a recent study.
BUSINESS IN VANCOUVER | Nov 8, 2022
Kees Lokman, from the School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture, suggested that under-sized culverts be replaced in order to prevent future flood damage to highways and railroads.