Curb Magazine


CURB in the making

 

CURB magazine is a forum for dialogue on how we can make our communities better places to live and work. Our vision is to spark meaningful conversations that promote more resilient and sustainable municipalities.

Informative, engaging, and beautifully designed, we are one of Canada's most authoritative publications on the issues shaping city-regions and rural areas today. Exploring topics such as urban design, governance, housing, sustainability, and transportation, we regularly feature articles written by planners, city officials, industry experts, and NGOs from across Canada and around the world.

CURB is produced by the City-Region Studies Centre at the University of Alberta Faculty of Extension, and is distributed to municipal offices and planning departments across the country. CURB is also available online through Magster, as well as at select retail outlets.

Past Issues

CURB 6-2 In the making...
6.1 - Homelessness: Social Equity in the City

6.1 - Homelessness: Social Equity in the City

5.3 - Are We There Yet? Transportation & the Shape of our Cities

5.3 - Are We There Yet? Transportation & the Shape of our Cities

5.2 - Growing Pains: Embracing Municipal Governance in Canada

5.2 - Growing Pains: Embracing Municipal Governance in Canada

5.1 - Boomtowns

5.1 - Boomtowns

Innovation

4.3 - Innovation