I live in New York City (I know, big whoop), in what by current standards is my own home (equity shared with spouse and bank). We bought it in 2002, […]
The Centre for City Ecology made significant contributions to raising the bar on urban conversations and thinking in Toronto while operating between 2007 and 2015. This site represents an archive […]
Read the report on Community Mapping To build upon our work to engage Torontonians in community-based planning and city building efforts, the Centre for City Ecology researched available community mapping […]
Read the Centre for City Ecology’s 2014 Year End Report.
Over on the City Builder Book Club blog, CCE volunteer Anna Wynveen recaps the recent live event, Arrival Cities: Global Framework + Local Discourse.
On November 05, 2014, the Centre for City Ecology held a Neighbourhood Summit as part of our Mid-Rise City Builder Camp program.
Event Recap : Reset TO: Where is Toronto’s Voice in the Development Permit System?
October 14, 2014
with Joseph D’Abramo, Cathie Macdonald + Paul Hess
Event Recap: Yes In My Back Yard Festival 2014
Saturday, September 27, 2014, 11am-4pm
University of Toronto Schools (UTS)
10 No Brainers celebrates simple, achievable ideas to make Toronto more awesome, right now. A diverse group of contributors have shared their ideas to precipitate positive change in Toronto’s neighbourhoods.
Speakers: Joseph D’Abramo, Cathie MacDonald, and Paul Hess
When: October 14, 2014 – 6:00-8:00 pm
Where: Urbanspace Gallery, Toronto