Spacing

Spacing Now in Three Delicious Flavours


Our friends and public space advocates, magazine publishers, and brilliant button makers over at Spacing have just pulled the curtain off a new site design, a new MontrĂŠal blog, as well as one for municipal and provincial election coverage.

Spacing Wire is now Spacing Toronto in a rebranding move that sports a nice, usable design with some nifty new features and ways to browse their content.

Bonjour et bienvenue to Spacing Montreal, the new guy in town. It's a daily blog covering public urban landscape and public space issues in MontrĂŠal (and joining our sister site, Midnight Poutine on the blogosphere playing field). They've really come out of the starting gate running with a ton of things to say about the historic, beautiful city so swing on by and throw them a Salut.

Lastly stepping up coverage on all of the municipal and provincial electoral turmoil we'll sure to see over the next little while is Spacing Votes.

They also mention that they have plans down the road to expand to other Canadian and US cities, which really would be a great thing for everyone. Having attended several TPSC meetings and seen the work that the Spacing folks put in, I can say with certainty that we all benefit from what they do. Congrats, guys!


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