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Stephanie Koenig sitting down to take the City Builders questionnaire.

What will a city will look like in 50 years? Q&A with Stephanie Koenig

Future City Builder Stephanie Koenig looks ahead to a city in 50 years.

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Graham Marshall speaks at the Future Cities Canada Summit.

Importance of communities in cities: Q&A with Graham Marshall

Graham Marshall, band councillor in Membertou First Nations, Nova Scotia, shared learnings from his flourishing community

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Andy Fillmore sitting down to take the City Builders questionnaire.

Utilizing public engagement for a healthier city: Q&A with Andy Fillmore

Member of Parliament for Halifax, Andy Fillmore shares the benefits of community engagement.

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Temo Cruz sitting down to take the City Builders questionnaire.

Building projects from the ground up: Q&A with Temo Cruz

Future City Builders Temo Cruz talks about ground-up projects.

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A group of people problem solving an issue at a table. Image Credit: Image: Ismail Esen

Pour des consultations inclusives

Qu'est-ce que la mobilisation constructive, et comment peut‑on s'en servir pour consulter efficacement la population?

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A busy main street in a small town with bikes parked and people walking past coffee shops.

La résilience : d’un océan à l’autre

Comment les finalistes du Défi des villes intelligentes créent des communautés plus résilientes, de l’accès aux aliments jusqu’aux interventions en cas de catastrophe

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Resiliency from coast to coast to coast

How finalists to the Smart Cities Challenge are creating more resilient communities, from food access to disaster response

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Toronto as an accidental city: Q&A with Olivia Labonté

Olivia Labonté, Executive Director of Young Diplomats of Canada, talks about grassroots youth engagement.

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