Geog 446 CBC Radio 1 Interview, Monday March 26th

A member of the class was interviewed on Monday, March 26th, as the exhibition was starting! You can listen to Robyn Rechenmacher tell CBC listeners about our final design project, and the process we took to get here.

Thank you to Craig Lederhouse on The Afternoon Edition, CBC radio 1 for a great interview!


CTV Morning Live Interview

Thanks to Chris Carr at CTV for taking some time out this morning to talk to Chad and Carolyn about the project!  You can view the interview online here.  Just click the story link for “Reimagining the U of S bus mall” under News Video on the right hand side of the page.



A Job Well Done!

The Exhibition Reception last night went on without a hitch! Congratulations to all the students for pulling together and organizing such a great event. Thank you to all who attended last night and to those who have supported the class throughout the entire term!

If you missed the reception last night, don’t worry the fun isn’t over yet! Our exhibition display panels will be up all this week in the North Concourse of Place Riel. You can also check out our class documentary on the project!

Exhibition Reception-TONIGHT!

Please join us tonight in Kirk Hall on the University of Saskatchewan Campus for the exhibition reception that will showcase our final design concepts!  The event will run in a come and go style, with formal presentations and the video premier starting at 7pm.  Feel free to browse our exhibition displays from 6-7pm and after the presentations. Refreshments and snacks will be served throughout the evening.  

Also, thank you to Rory Maclean at the Star Phoenix for writing a wonderful article about our class. View the article online here.

“An accident waiting to happen: Place Riel’s dangerous transit hub”

Thank you to Daryl Hoffman for producing a great article featuring our class project in the March 22nd edition of The Sheaf!  Click here to read the full article.

If you have stumbled upon our blog via the article, Welcome!  Feel free to browse through previous posts to learn more about our project and join us this coming Monday, March 26 for our final design exhibition reception.  Join the event page on Facebook for more information.