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CanU6 Presentations

CanU6 National Summit: Cities at the Edge – Urbanizing Suburbia in the Regional City Greater Toronto Area, Sep 18th-20th, 2014   Please check back for daily updates and postings (Last Updated: October 15, 2014). Presentations not linked below are too large to upload. Please contact info@canu.ca for these presentations. Jump to: Day One | Day Two | Day Three DAY ONE – Thursday, Sep. […]

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CanU6: Cities at the Edge – Urbanizing Suburbia in the Regional City – Resources

Updated: September 18, 2014 Conference Materials  CanU6: Cities at the Edge – Urbanizing Suburbia in the Regional City – Tour Book (HiRes PDF 31.7mb) (LowRes PDF 3.6mb) CanU6: Cities at the Edge – Urbanizing Suburbia in the Regional City – Venue Information (PDF 1,8mb) Presentations North York District: Don Mills Centre (PDF 20.1mb)  

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CanU Working Paper 1: Population Growth in Canadian Suburbs, 2006-2011

Suburban Nation? Population Growth in Canadian Suburbs, 2006-2011 Canada is a suburban nation and its population became more suburban from 2006-2011. This inaugural CanU working  paper describes the Canadian population growth from 2006-2011, using the census data that was released last summer. We find that the country has become more suburban over the past census […]

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Oh Canada: Canadian Urbanism From Coast to Coast

What makes Canadian urbanism distinctive? An overview of urbanism from the Pacific to the Atlantic is followed by a fast-paced Pecha Kucha presentation with leading Canadian urbanists discussing current best practices in community design for urban and suburban settings. PRESENTERS David Gordon, MCIP, RPP, AICP (Queen’s University), Brent Toderian, MCIP, RPP (Toderian Urban Works), Jean […]

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Open letter to the leadership of Canada’s Federal political parties

March 31, 2011 Open letter to the leadership of Canada’s Federal political parties: A federal election has been called, and all Canadians are discussing critical issues regarding the future of our country. The Council for Canadian Urbanism (or CanU) is very pleased to contribute to this national discussion, and submits this 10 point “call-to-action” to the […]

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Relevant Links

These are a few links of national and international organizations that Council for Canadian Urbanism (CanU) is in contact, cooperating and planning to work with: National Canadian Institute of Planners/Institute Canadian des Urbanistes (CIP/ICU) Royal Architectural Institute of Canada/ L’Institut royal d’architecture du Canada (RAIC/IRAC) Canadian Society of Landscape Architects/L’Association des Architectes Paysagistes du Canada […]

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