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Tristan Cleveland Sep 16
How to calm local traffic with no infrastructure costs: get residents to park 18" from the curb. One of many great ideas from Mary Rowe at
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Miriam Sep 15
“You have the best waterfront in North America and I know them all. You should be proud of yourselves” - Fred Kent, Founder, Project for Public Spaces.
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Alex Glista Sep 16
. myth busting the idea that retail needs parking spaces to be successful at . Very important to understand when considering street space allocation
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Halifax Cycling Sep 16
Learning from at . We need to build a city where people of all ages and abilities can move safely using the travel mode of their choice.
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Develop Nova Scotia Sep 16
“We started this conference 3 years ago to make city building knowledge and ideas more accessible to the broader public because we want planning to come from the ground up. From the community. It’s why the event is free.”
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Alfred Burgesson Sep 17
Bringing together local and global thought leaders is a beautiful thing to witness. Congrats to the team and on another successful conference. Well done! 👏🏾🌐
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Miriam Sep 16
“Tech innovation requires institutional innovations” and “We need to radically decentralize and de-democratize city building.” Existing systems aren’t the answer. We need to empower creative thinkers and citizens.
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Halifax Stanfield Sep 16
Thrilled to be supporting such a great event!
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Christina Brock Sep 16
Thought-provoking discussions at the Art of City Building conference this morning! Focuses on transportation, design, placemaking and liveability. “The more we can strengthen horizontal relationships across the city, the more we can embrace th…
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Art of City Building Sep 16
Lucy Tukua from Auckland, NZ is leading us in song at .
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TJ Maguire Sep 17
Great crowd out for the Placemaking Gathering & Workshop. Greg Woolner of Co*Lab kicking off the day.
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Miriam Sep 15
“Change will only happen because it comes from the community. THIS IS THE MOMENT to change where we are going”
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Sarah B. MacDonald Sep 16
Serious shout out to the gal who yelled “what’s your question?” when a fella just talked at the panelists during questions from the floor 🤙
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Ethan Kent Sep 17
Replying to @ebkent
“We need culture sourced, community sourced places... We don’t need we need all to be indigenous.” and of at
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NATIONAL Atlantic Sep 16
“Diversity is a fact. Inclusion is an act.” giving us plenty of insight into how to create and reimagine spaces for everyone (everywhere).
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Robert Currie Sep 16
Great presentation from on revitalizing the Valencia waterfront at
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Alex Glista Sep 16
“Locals first, tourists will follow” - on waterfront development at in Halifax. Couldn’t agree more
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Ethan Kent Sep 16
Replying to @benjiedlp @AoCB2019
“-If we want wholesale, wide scale change, we must change systems. -Information is the new infrastructure. -Tech innovation requires institutional innovation. -Focus on users + Build on values.”
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Meghan Hollett Sep 16
You can go on 's website to watch the live feed that was recorded. It's worth it!
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PLANifax Sep 16
Interesting panel discussion from speakers of the placemaking session at Art of City Building Conference
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