I (used to) live in the suburbs.

In 2012, I graduated from university and decided to move home, to the suburbs. From the bicycle-friendly Plateau and café-endowed Mile End neighbourhoods of Montréal, to the wide arterials, big-box stores and shopping centers and autocentric reality of the West Island, I decided to write about living in the suburbs from an urban and transportation planning perspective.

I have since moved back to the city, and reside in the Plateau/Mile End once more. I continue to write about urban planning and design, transportation, architecture and public space more generally.

Thanks for reading!


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