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Sheila Boudreau
TRCA Senior Landscape Architect, RPP Planner, Board of Advisors, teach green infrastructure , Acadian/Mi'kmaq/Celtic
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GIO Coalition 5h
What is the urban forest and how does it relate to green infrastructure?
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Sheila Boudreau 2h
Phew, for a second I thought you were posting a blank page!
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Jennifer Story 5h
Being a trustee for and ally to indigenous students today means sharing our vision for urban indigenous education with reps from the provincial gov’t.
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The New York Times 7h
"I hope these kids don't give up," Stephen Colbert said. "Someone else may be in power, but this country belongs to them." Our late-night roundup:
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Sheila Boudreau 7h
Your definition of “Regular Canadian” must be different than most of the country’s then.
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Miranda Dyck 9h
This is why I'm speaking out. Because of none of those things deserve a death sentence.
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Sheila Boudreau 17h
Sounded like something would have come up with
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WaterSensitiveCities 19h
How can water help to create more liveable cities? Our latest infographic provides some clues... and research evidence.
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Sheila Boudreau 17h
Replying to @sarahchad_
Power to you all! Ignore the white noise... The US needs a reality check, and love and the truth are on your side
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Oprah Winfrey 22h
George and Amal, I couldn’t agree with you more. I am joining forces with you and will match your $500,000 donation to ‘March For Our Lives.’ These inspiring young people remind me of the Freedom Riders of the 60s who also said we’ve had ENOUGH and our voices will be heard.
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Shelagh McCartney 18h
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EcoDesign Lab 19h
Such a great example of a small scale solution to a growing problem 🦔:
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FLAP Canada 18h
'Why Matter. They help the environment. They help our souls.' Author Jonathan Franzen salutes birds in this moving essay.
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Sheila Boudreau 17h
Great quote: “We are what we choose to remember, but we also are what we choose to forget."
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Sheila Boudreau 23h
community should be planning to use this!
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Minister C. McKenna 23h
Nova Scotia’s ’s innovative technology removes carbon dioxide from the air and injects it into concrete – making it stronger and more durable. A smart climate solution that grows the economy and helps the environment!
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TRCA News Feb 20
Thanks to climate change, the models we once used to make urban infrastructure decisions are out of date. So now what?
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Sheila Boudreau 23h
Funky! Looks like you could travel to outer space in that thing
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Daniel Rotsztain Feb 20
Sweet Scarborough bus shelter from Suburbs photo exhibit
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jennifer keesmaat Feb 20
When it comes to streets, our design goals have changed. In the old model, streets are for moving cars. In the new model, streets determine our quality of life. They are places for moving people, economic development, for city life.
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