Thursday, 2 April 2015
Stonebridge: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly
Walk Title: Stonebridge: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly
Stonebridge, a new neighbourhood on the south end of Saskatoon, is a combination of the Good, the Bad and downright Ugly. See how the worst features of urban design—cars, concrete, and consumption—live on in this neighbourhood as if there were no tomorrow, as if everything we have learned about climate change, ecological footprint, over consumption and convivial cities had been totally ignored (almost). We’ll keep looking for the silver lining and try not to make it too much of a bummer!
Paul Hanley is environmental columnist with the StarPhoenix and author of ELEVEN, a book about the future of the planet. He lives near the Stonebridge neighbourhood and has watched its development with interest (and horror.).
St Martin's Church Parking Lot
Number 6 Broadway bus stops at Wilson and Clarence.
On street for free