San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
The Canadian Urban Institute (CUI) invites you to attend the 11th Annual Urban Leadership Awards: Inspiring the Urban Agenda.
These awards celebrate individuals making a profound impact on the quality of life in Canada’s urban regions. Past recipients include: Eberhard Zeidler, Anne Golden and the Hon. Bill Davis.
This year we introduce a new format where 2014 award recipients participate in a panel moderated by Corporate Knights President Toby Heaps to inspire the urban agenda for the year ahead.
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
11:00 am Registration
11:30 am Awards Ceremony
12:00 pm Lunch is served
12:45 pm Panel Discussion
1:15 pm Dessert Reception
2014 Award Recipients
Jane Jacobs Lifetime Achievement Award
Architect Jack Diamond, Diamond Schmitt Architects, for his contribution to improving the built form and advocacy for cities and the future of the GTA.
David Crombie Award
Sheldon Levy, Ryerson University, for his role in advancing the university as a city-builder through projects such as the redevelopment of Maple Leaf Gardens.
Developer Steve Kulakowsky, Core Urban Inc., for his commitment to downtown Hamilton’s economic development and to championing the cause of other young entrepreneurs.
City Builder Award
City of Guelph Mayor Karen Farbridge, for her leadership in sustainability, community energy and the revitalization of downtown Guelph.
ABOUT THE AWARDS The Urban Leadership Awards raise funds to support CUI’s local and international internship program. Since 1997, CUI has offered hands-on learning experiences for more than 250 students and recent graduates from across Canada. Learn more about our winners here.
Public Transit TTC Queen Streetcar 501 passes directly infront of venue. If coming from the west - exit at Ontario Street. If coming from the east - exit at Paliament Street.
Parking Public Parking, 500 Richmond St. E / Municipal Lot, 356 Richmond St E / Target Parking, 58 Parliment St
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Canadian Urban Institute
The Canadian Urban Institute (CUI) was established in 1990 as Canada's applied urban policy institute. Our mandate is to build wisdom and inspire leadership for healthy urban development. We always act with integrity, impartiality and a commitment to achieving positive change. CUI is a public good enterprise 95% funded through project work.