Tim Querengesser

Tim Querengesser is the editor of the hyper-local Edmonton magazine The Yards and a mobility consultant. His work has appeared in the Globe and Mail, Financial Post, CityMetric and many other publications.  

A light rail train pass through the new, Snøhetta-designed Calgary Central Library at dusk.

Calgary’s New Public Library Opens with Ambition and Style

Snøhetta’s library design is best contemplated as a public space and a bridge—between the city’s affluent downtown and the less prosperous space to the east.

Calgary Mayor Naheed Nenshi during the 101st Calgary Stampede parade.

A Local Journalism Experiment Pops Up In Calgary

The Sprawl lived to cover a single mayoral race. Then it died.

A Changing Downtown With No Room for Greyhound

Edmonton’s new “Ice District” has forced inter-city bus passengers to find a far away station with no public transit connections.

How One City Forgot Who Was Changing the Light Bulbs

Inside Edmonton's pedways, you'll find a confounding mix of public, private, and semi-private space.