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A series of events designed to inform and inspire decision-making for healthy urban development.
 


 

 

Safety & Sustainability in Transportation  2016
Featuring lessons learned from Sweden
Outcomes  

Trees in the Public Realm 2016
Presentation | Philip van Wassenaer
Outcomes  

The City We Want 2016
Outcomes

Procuring Urban Innovation 2016
Presentation | Kevin Greene (on behalf of Roger Johnson) TD Bank Presentation
Outcomes

Vision Zero 2015
Presentations

Clicks & Bricks 2.0 2015
Presentations

Healthy Communities: Age-Friendly Planning 2015 Presentations 

Transform Toronto 2015
Presentations

Mid-Rise Urbanism 2015
Presentations

Valuing Urban Resilience 2015
Dr. Blair Feltmate, University of Waterloo, Presentation

15th Annual Meeting with
Toronto's Chief Planner
2014
Presentations

More Clicks. Fewer Bricks? 2014
Presentations | Tony Hernandez Session

Too Much Room to Grow? 2014
Presentations | Video

Suburban Sprawl 2014
Presentations

Let's Get Digital 2014
Presentations

The Elusive Search for
Good Density
2014
Presentations

14th Annual Meeting with
Toronto's Chief Planner
2013
Presentations

Make No Small Plans 2013
Presentations Part 1 |

Impact Oil 2013
Presentations | CBC Radio Report


Workshops

DataWISE Data Literacy Workshops
These 90-minute workshops are designed to help senior municipal decision makers, departmental staff and their community partners understand the technical processes of managing and using data.

Using best practice examples, CUI's DataWISE workshops demonstrate how the data that is available within a municipality or organization when combined with geographic information technology can improve customer service and visitor experience.

LightSavers Canada Adaptive Controls Workshop: The Connected City
Dec 2, 2014 LightSavers Canada, a program of the Urban Institute, hosted an Adaptive Control Workshop.

Sponsored by GE Lighting and with support of LED Roadway Lighting, Telensa, Philips and Dimonoff this full-day workshop was created to help lighting managers, engineers and planners better understand adaptive controls.

Thank you to everyone who attended!

Presentations Part 1 | Part 2


 

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