This year, I've been travelling to Toronto often, to visit my girlfriend, and I noticed what Hirosan pointed out with his three photos on Flickr: when going from (or even to) the airport on public transit you don't have anywhere to put your bags.
Earlier today I read the cover story by Alan Ehrenhalt in Governing about urban planning in Vancouver, which argued that nowhere in North America had cities been able to duplicate the model of density of residential buildings in or near the downtown core.
Jak King wrote in 2002 about watching the World Cup and the subsequent celebration on Commercial Drive in Vancouver, so this time around, I didn't want to miss it. I ended up at the Paris Bakery on Commercial and Kitchener, where the Vietnamese guys sitting outside made fun of every time the fans screamed "Oh!".
This is not part of the series on SkyTrain Explorer (though I will endeavor to take and post video during as many walks as possible), the following videos were taken with the Nokia N70 camera phone while either on a train or at stations. In the highly unlikely event these videos are popular, a BitTorrent download is also available.
Through an article about the proposed new soccer stadium in downtown Vancouver (which will hold not only soccer events but concerts and other sports) and the article's comments—thought-provoking in their own right—I find Stadium NOW! and Friends of Soccer, both of which have weblogs. The URL of the the Stadium NOW!