WHAT IS AN ACTIVE NEIGHBOURHOOD? An active, green, and healthy neighbourhood is a neighbourhood redesigned to celebrate the use of shared public space, including streets and parks.

Espace Beaubien, Montreal

Learning from different partnerships.

Chomedey, Laval

Highlighting collective skills.

Chicoutimi, Saguenay

Reinventing a former railway line with tactical urbanism.

Saint-Marc, Shawinigan

Professional and collaborative expertise.

Thorncliffe Park & Flemingdon Park, Toronto

From citizen vision to professional action.

Donovan Neighbourhood, Greater Sudbury

Active transportation to improve a neighbourhood’s health.

Haliburton Village, Haliburton County

Complete Streets in a rural area.

Stewart Street Neighbourhood, Peterborough

A neighbourhood revitalization movement.

Bridgeland-Riverside, Calgary

From temporary to permanent measures.

Acadia, Calgary

Slowing automobile traffic for a safer environment.

Marlborough, Calgary

Citizen participation as a tool for inclusivity.

High River, Town of High River

Exploring a walkable rural context.