Tag Archives: Urbanism

5 Kids 1 Condo: “Reality is bigger than what [we’re] told it can be”



What if our collective idea of a good life — a house with a yard, two cars, maybe a summer home to boot — is missing the mark? Adrian Crook, the Vancouver-based author of 5 Kids 1 Condo, has been exploring that question. Living in a 1,000-square foot condo in the West Coast city’s Yaletown neighbourhood, … Continue reading 5 Kids 1 Condo: “Reality is bigger than what [we’re] told it can be”


Robin Mazumder: “I’m really curious about how living in a city impacts your mental health”



What if urban planners started viewing themselves as part of a community’s health care team? That’s what Robin Mazumder, a Vanier Scholar and doctoral candidate in cognitive neuroscience at the University of Waterloo, would like to see. Mazumder, a former occupational therapist, started researching the psychological impacts of urban design after working in the mental … Continue reading Robin Mazumder: “I’m really curious about how living in a city impacts your mental health”