Urban Toronto. (October 18, 2016). City Marks Steps to Reclaim—and Re-Imagine—Don River Valley.

Canadian Architect. (August 17, 2016). Web Exclusive: Canada at the 2016 Venice Architecture Biennale.

Scenario Journal. (August 7, 2016). Reporting From The Front: Venice Architecture Biennale.

Huffington Post. (June 29, 2016). The New Landscape Declaration: Visions for the Next 50 years.

Edmonton Examiner. (June 22, 2016). Toronto urban planning expert praises Edmonton’s green strategy.

Border Crossings. (June, 2016). What’s at Stake? The Canadian Presence at the 2016 International Architecture Exhibition.

Canadian Architect. (May 30, 2016). Book Reviews: Projective Ecologies / A Natural History of English Gardening: 1650 to 1800.

Summit County Citizens Voice. (May 30, 2016). Small oil spills can add up to big impacts for sea birds.

Edmonton Journal. (May 28, 2016). Exhibit offers grounded take on impact of Canadian mining.

Art Gallery of Alberta. (May 27, 2016). EXTRACTION at Biennale Architettura 2016.

The Telegram. (May 26, 2016). Research revives call for independent observers on N.L. offshore oil platforms.

Ryerson University. (May 19, 2016). Venice Architecture Biennale exhibit explores extraction.

Ryerson University. (January 18, 2016). SURP MPl. Students Present at Metro Hall.


Globe and Mail. (December 4, 2015). Canadian exhibit at Venice Biennale to dig into resource exploitation.

Archinect. (December 9, 2015). Canada’s 2016 Venice Biennale theme digs into the country’s influence in resource extraction.

Ryerson University. (September-October, 2015). Changing the landscape for safer roadways.

Ryerson University. (September 21, 2015). Ryerson Urban Water Participates in Canadian Mission to the Netherlands.

Globe and Mail. (May 1, 2015). Hidden landmarks: Why Toronto is at the forefront of the landscape architecture movement.

Ryerson University. (April 27, 2015). Toronto through the students’ eyes.

TDSB. (March 9, 2015). Delta Alternative students design wildlife crossings.

The Cultural Landscape Foundation. What’s Out There Toronto Guide.

The Cultural Landscape Foundation. What’s Out There Weekend Goes North.


The Wall Street Journal. (September 25, 2014). Lonely Cougars Look for Love in Southern California.


Harvard Design Magazine. (Spring/Summer 2013). Projective Ecologies.


National Post. (August 31, 2011). Flooding needs to be dealt with before any Ferris wheels appear in port lands.

Harvard Magazine. (May-June, 2011). Throughways for Wildlife.

Ryerson University. (February 2, 2011). Professor Nina-Marie Lister comments on Colorado wildlife crossing design competition in the New York Times and Globe and Mail.

The New York Times. (January 20, 2011). Building a Better Crosswalk — for Moose, Bear and Elk.

The Globe and Mail. (January 28, 2011). Across the great divide.


Ryerson University. (November 3, 2010). Studio Project “Cultivating Creativity in Prince Edward County” wins the OPPI Award for Research Excellence/New Directions Planning.

Harvard Gazette. (May 5, 2010). Rising seas, raising hopes.

ASLA.  Interview with Nina-Marie Lister


Ryerson University. (September 26, 2008). Rethinking green space.