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SFU City Program
COVID-19 has brought with it many unprecedented challenges, particularly regarding the impacts on older people. Now is the time for knowledge and experience sharing in the fight to protect and respect the rights of older people around the world.
[This webinar is being held internationally and so begins at 4:00am Pacific Time, but you can register to recieve a recording afterwards.]
Alongside friends and colleagues working in the field with and on behalf of millions of vulnerable people join us in sharing:
Municipalities can significantly impact greenhouse gas emissions with a new funding opportunity. Join this webinar hosted to learn more about the Sustainable Affordable Housing initiative.
Royal Roads University Professional and Continuing Studies
SFU City Program
This two-day online-supported intensive workshop will introduce you to key principles and strategies for the planning and designing of healthy communities.
Building on recent work and new research on the relationship between urban design and public health, your instructors will introduce you to the Healthy Built Environment (HBE) Linkages Toolkit and provide guidance on how to develop a health impact assessment.
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Housing is a field inundated with myths and misinformation. At The City Program, we aim to shatter mistruths and provide a different lens through which to view the housing affordability crisis.
Join HUBBUB 14 The Digital Edition to see projects from the Spring 2020 term co-created by City staff, students, faculty and community, all aiming to make Vancouver more sustainable, liveable and joyful. Click here to learn more about HUBBUB 14 The Digital Edition.
Imagining Otherwise is about exploring actionable ways planning can create a more socially inclusive and environmentally resilient future, as the affects of climate change become more widespread. Featuring change makers in planning, Imagining Otherwise is about doing planning differently, and pursing tangible solutions to complex challenges. Register here.
This SFU course offers a special focus on planning and development issues in the Canadian and Metro Vancouver context, and the planners’ role in building cities. Explore the interrelationships between the physical, environmental, economic, social, and built considerations in planning at the site, neighbourhood, city, and regional scales.