Home/Posts/Sign of the WeekMay 12, 2014Sign of the WeekFrom Tom Durning: Share this:TwitterFacebookEmailPrintLike this:Like Loading... Related Posted inWhimsy/SupportIf you love this region and have a view to its future please subscribe, donate, or become a Patron.Share onComments Cancel ReplyComment * Name * Email * Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.Submit Δ DonMay 12, 2014 at 11:04 am ha. Love it. Reply David GodinMay 12, 2014 at 11:58 am I do love a good pun. Reply Previous: Climate Change Porn – 13: An Accelerating SlideNext: Understanding travel patterns in the West EndSubscribe to Viewpoint Vancouver Get breaking news and fresh views, direct to your inbox. Email Address Subscribe Join 7,276 other subscribers Show your Support Check our Patreon page for stylish coffee mugs, private city tours, and more – or, make a one-time or recurring donation. Thank you for helping shape this place we love. Donate to VWPTPatreon PerksPopular Articles What's the densest urban area in North America? Why do trolley buses require two wires? See AllAll Articles50th Anniversary of the Agricultural Land Commission ActApr. 17, 2023Viewpoint: end of an eraMar. 17, 2023Human Rights and Cities – How Can Municipalities Do the Right Thing?Dec. 22, 2022Goodbye and Thanks!Dec. 21, 2022Free Webinar: Jonathan Cote on Transforming Urban LeadershipDec. 20, 2022Follow VWPT on Instagram For those who remember when Westminster Quay was developed in the ‘80s, that row of highrises on the right was one of the biggest, densest developments in the region. Everything to the left north of SkyTrain was strip commercial, parking and auto lots and low rise leftovers of a decaying downtown. Is #Edmonds #Highgate one of the fastest growing places in Metro? Downtown development in New West. What’s the oldest highrise? A decade or so? The new skyline of New Westminster (through a SkyTrain window) The new Richmond suburbs. Capstan. The verdant post-war suburbs. - like Richmond along Alderbridge. Planted so thickly, the city disappears
ha. Love it.
I do love a good pun.