Stroll through Vancouver’s Mount Pleasant with architect Alicia Medina, who opened a brewery in the neighbourhood called Faculty. Living and working in Mount Pleasant, Medina offers a close-up of century-old houses and modern businesses woven into the industrial fabric. It’s an eclectic place, with pressure as new comes to head with the old.
Each year, the Council for Canadian Urbanism (CanU) offers a number of tours to give conference attendees in the host city an on-the-ground experience of the evolving urban environment. This year, due to the pandemic, the tours are presented as videos.
Shared by The Tyee, courtesy of the Council for Canadian Urbanism (www.CanU.ca)
Video by Uytae Lee