Engaging in a Reflective Practice

Last semester was my first term of studies in the Indigenous Community Planning concentration of the Master of Community and Regional Planning Program at the University of British Columbia. I've been here in Vancouver since early September of this year, studying right out of my undergraduate program in planning at the University of Waterloo. I … Continue reading Engaging in a Reflective Practice

What does urban planning look like through a feminist lens and why is feminism a crucial element in city building?

I need to start this blog by clarifying a few things. Feminism is not a dirty word. Feminism is not a man-hating body of ideals, and feminism's objective is not to push a matriarchal society where men are slaves. Feminism is also not a system that women make up for themselves to keep themselves oppressed (yes, … Continue reading What does urban planning look like through a feminist lens and why is feminism a crucial element in city building?