Dr. Mike Carr passes at 73

Dr. Mike Carr, lover of life, dedicated community activist, academic and teacher, treasured member of families and communities near and far, happy husband and grandpa, passed away amongst his Cuban family on January 15th 2015, in Havana Cuba.

Mike was born in Toronto on the equinox, March 21st 1942. He grew up in a family that supported the aspirations of working people and minorities. 

Murray McKenzie, M.A.P '14, SCARP

“SCARP maintains a consistent critical edge in thinking about cities. The school may be best known for its leadership in ecological sustainability planning, but the contributions its faculty and students make to scholarship on social justice, urban political economy, and postcolonial urbanism, among many other things, are also outstanding.”
-Murray McKenzie, Class of 2014


Announcing a contest for the best pictures of SCARP Alumni


Two winners will feature on our website and win a token from us!










SCARP graduates enter their professional lives with new ideas and passionate regard for the world around them. SCARP’s alumni often maintain close ties with and duty to the communities in which they live and work, whether professionally or just as engaged neighbours. Over the past 72 years there has been a rich tapestry of SCARP alumni who have changed Vancouver, BC, and the larger world through their groundbreaking work.

The School now needs a way to visually celebrate SCARP alumni on our upcoming new website. We need two photos that:

  • Visually represent something you, a SCARP alum or multiple alumni, are doing for the community or otherwise engaging in intriguing...

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