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Building a National Civic Commons Strategy: Insights from the Future Cities Canada Forum 2021

Last month, over 60 Future Cities Canada partners, advisors, civic leaders and stakeholders participated virtually in the annual Future Cities Canada Forum. At this critical moment, we need to collectively rethink and revitalize what a National Civic Commons Strategy could look like in Canada. 

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Young city builders are already the leaders we need. Here’s what they have to say.

The winners of Toronto's first virtual Urban Action Pitch Night share insights into their experience participating in Future City Builders. 

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Meet the Housing Supply Challenge Support Program advisors

The Advisory Committee supports partnership building and program design and resources as applicants advance their housing supply solutions.

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Six #UnexpectedSolutions for the Future of Our Cities

Here are six solutions and sessions from Future Cities Canada: #UnexpectedSolutions you should watch.

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The Keys to the Feminist City

 #UnexpectedSolutions asks: how equitable are our cities? Join us for the upcoming panel discussion, FeminiCITY.

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Indigenous-led company Appdigenous is creating accessible smart cities, one app at a time

Founder Melissa Lunney shares how the app Doorable is changing cities.

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Resilient Cities, Post COVID-19: Urban Planning

In the fourth and last of this series, we’re focusing on urban planning and how the design of our cities may shift in response to COVID-19 and the many inequities it has laid bare. 

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#CommunityResilience Twitter Chat

A recap of the #CommunityResilience Twitter chat exploring quick solutions and long-term fixes to make better cities.

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