How do you create your home in our multifaceted city? Where do you feel like you belong? Sense of Place provides a meeting ground for all Vancouverites to share their stories about how they experience difference in our city. Geographer Minelle Mahtani provides the scaffolding where guests reveal their experiences of loss, love, and longing of their spaces. The show explores Vancouver residents’ relationship to place – may it be a coffee shop on Commercial Drive, a community centre in Kitsilano or other locations in our city. What defines our sense of place here? Tune in to find out.

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The Adultification of Black Girls

A new study has found that starting as young as age 5, Black girls are seen as behaving and seeming older than they actually...

The Gendered Nature of the Drinking Industry

“For a long time, when it's working, the drink feels like a path to a kind of self-enlightenment, something that turns us into the...

A Queer Love Story – an interview with Marilyn R. Schuster, former Provost at...

A few weeks ago I went home and started the arduous process of cleaning out my recently deceased Mother’s house. While stuffing her clothes...

The Language of Architecture: Looking at Ivanka’s new book with Esther Sperber

Growing up at some point I thought I wanted to become an architect. I loved the idea of building structures and creating a sense...

Is it true? Is all you need really love?

Is it true? Is all you need really love? This week marks the 50th anniversary of the Loving case. On June 12 1967, Mildred...

We’re On A Roll

“Ryder, Chase, Zuma, Sky – Paw Patrol, we’re on a roll!” How that song rings in my head! It’s the theme song from Paw...

Acknowledgment of First Nations territory in our city

What a great week it’s been on Sense of Place. This week we devoted time to exploring acknowledgments of First Nations territory. What do...

Race And Architecture

What’s the relationship between race and space? It’s a question that has preoccupied my thinking for more than two decades now, and it’s so...