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  • Save the date! Neighbourhoods ♥ The Heart of Community: Mobilizing for Impact. June 6-8 in Montreal
  • Jane's Walks: Discover your city on May 5-7, 2017
  • Placemaking for Peacemaking: Rony Al Jalkh
  • Learning about Participatory City with Tessy Britton
  • Learning from Boston: Highlights from our Study Tour

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Building inclusive, resilient and innovative cities: Inspiration from Boston

Why a Study Tour in Boston? Boston is home to cutting-edge initiatives in social entrepreneurship (EforAll, the MassChallenge); neighbourhood revitalization and civic innovation (The Mayor’s Office of New Urban Mechanics, Dudley Street Neighborhood Initiative, Roxbury Innovation Center); and youth engagement and social innovation (YouthBuild, DesignX-MIT and Mission Hill School). The city also inspires practitioners who...
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Jane’s Walks 2017

Discover the city through 150 walking conversations This year is the 9th edition of Montréal Jane’s Walk, programmed by the Montreal Urban Ecology Centre. Spring is back, bringing with it warm weather, the greenery ... and Jane’s Walk! The Montréal Urban Ecology Centre (MUEC) invites you to rediscover the city with the unveiling of the 9th...
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Placemaking for Peacemaking

This is the third in a Placemaking Profile series in which we will share short conversations we’ve had with urban innovators – from those who are actively building places that foster social inclusion to those who listen, engage, and tell stories from the communities. For more information about placemaking, please click here. Rony Al Jalkh:...
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Participatory cities grounded in practical, everyday acts

This is the fourth in a Placemaking Profile series in which we will share short conversations we’ve had with urban innovators – from those who are actively building places that foster social inclusion to those who listen, engage, and tell stories from the communities. For more information about placemaking, please click here. Tessy Britton: Participatory...
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Articles from SPACING

Weekly feature blogs produced by our partner, Spacing, the Canadian urbanist magazine

WWW: Standing ground or biting the hand that feeds you?

Barcelona’s war on tourism How Barcelona is reclaiming the city for residents, not tourists in order to reinvigorate the central city and manage the hordes of tourists and industry that caters to them. Tourism may be economically beneficial but possesses a high cost for local residents and their culture. Portland: Putting its money where its […]

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WWW: Inclusive urban visions

How to build inclusive communities Challenging urban segregation is essential for economic and social suitability but requires multiple forms of interventions to reverse the patterns of homogenous communities found in cities worldwide.   Feminizing public space in Sweden How one Stockholm suburb is redesigning parks to be safe and accessible for women. Can New York […]

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WWW: Combating injustice with innovation and participation

Building floating cities in French Polynesia as an answer to climate change A Silicon Valley tech firm is developing self-contained, floating communities. These floating cities can potentially mitigate the impacts of rising sea levels on nations in the South Pacific. How a simple sticker can reduce food waste while combatting inequality A Brazillian collective has […]

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Thinking Bigger: Getting people moving in Scarborough

This post by Marvin Macaraig, Ph.D., is part of Spacing’s partnership with the Toronto Cycling Think & Do Tank at the University of Toronto. Marvin is the Scarborough Cycles Project Coordinator at the Toronto Centre for Active Transportation, a project of Clean Air Partnership. Scarborough Cycles is funded by the Metcalf Foundation’s Cycle City program, which […]

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