In Edmonton’s core, where bigger appears to be better—bigger arena, bigger museum, bigger university—smaller isn’t just surviving. It’s thriving. Yet our streets don’t provide enough of these fine-grain, hole-in-the-wall businesses that let budding businesses take a risk, succeed, then grow.
Edmonton has a lot of big plans, but is it time to appoint a Chief Planner to carry out the visions and advocate for good urban form?
The lifelong Edmontonian has been a volunteer for almost as long as she’s called the city home
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