Conferences, Courses, Workshops

Healthy Streets, Healthy People

Workshop

Healthy Streets, Healthy People

Lieu : Ontario Institute for Studies in Education | Rm. 5270 | 252 Bloor Street West Toronto, ON M5S 1V6

A free workshop for medical and public health students: Become a health advocate for active travel

Calgarians running and cycling

Event

Spaces as places: Creating 8-80 communities for walking, biking, interaction and play

Lieu : John Dutton Theatre on the second floor of the Calgary Central Library

How can we design YYC to make walking and biking comfortable for everyone? Join us April 16 at the John Dutton Theatre from 5:30-7p.m. for a conversation with our panel of guest speakers. Visit http://Calgary.ca/cyclingevents  for event details.

How to study public life - Cover

Conference

Moving, it's also stopping. How to study public life.

Lieu : Québec City Convention Centre

During this conference in Quebec City, MUEC will present Gehl publication How to study public life.

2018 Healthy Places Invitation

Event

2018 Healthy Places: Focus On Healthcare

Lieu : Innovation Lab, City of Calgary

What can we learn from abroad about integrating health campuses into our neighbourhoods?

Conférence CREM

Conference

Conference - Building the Active City together

Lieu : Longueuil, Québec

Longueuil, Québec - Odile Craig, MUEC, will present inspirational initiatives for active cities.

Participatory Planning at Shawinigan

Conference

Transforming the city with and by its citizens

Lieu : Shawinigan, Québec

"Change the rules" through citizen participation.

Info Session and Speaker Panel : Planning Active Transportation

Event

Co-Designing the Active City | Panel Discussion & Course Launch

Lieu : Ryerson University, Toronto

Join us for a free panel discussion and info session to officially launch TCAT’s new course: Planning Active Transportation, at Ryerson University's Chang School of Continuing Education. 

Webinar Complete Streets - 20180123

Event

Complete Streets in Canada: Designing for Change

Lieu : Online Webinar

This webinar will explore the uptake of the Complete Streets approach in Canada, with TCAT, Stantec and Quebec City.