How can one use art, heritage, design, and outdoor activities to promote a body of water? The Quebec Association of Landscape Architects Annual Congress was full of ideas and projects, all focussed on tourism.
Factories, mines, blast furnaces, grain silos and foundries are all sites that bear witness to an industrial past; though abandoned now, they have the potential to become veritable centres for the arts, culture or recreational tourism. Vestiges of the industrial era can[...]
In the new millennium, Montréal’s leaders and opinion-makers have continually emphasized that the future of their metropolis is tied to culture. But it isn’t the only city to have recognized the value of culture. Toronto has decided to invest heavily in its [...]