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Bridging Divides: What Can Cities Do?

Ryerson City Building Institute

Wednesday, 13 May 2015 from 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM (EDT)

Bridging Divides: What Can Cities Do?

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On May 13, join three Greater Toronto Area mayors and six teams of leading urban thinkers, practitioners and advocates to bridge the divides in our cities.

In a unique forum organized by the Ryerson City Building Institute, Mayors Bonnie Crombie (Mississauga), Steve Parish (Ajax) and John Tory (Toronto) will hear ideas from six teams and discuss what cities can do to bridge the divides in:

  • Transit deficit

  • Income polarization

  • Immigration and identity

  • Housing affordability

  • Access to services

  • Political culture

Please join us for this rare opportunity; be part of this effort to bridge divides in our city region.

Media partner: Toronto Star

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When & Where

The George Vari Engineering & Computing Centre
245 Church Street, Lecture Hall 103
Toronto, Ontario M5B 2K3

Wednesday, 13 May 2015 from 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM (EDT)

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Ryerson City Building Institute

The Ryerson City Building Institute combines leading-edge research with broad public engagement to advance progressive city building in the GTHA and beyond.

We envision a future in which all cities are prosperous, equitable, environmentally sustainable and resilient. In collaboration with the Ryerson community and external partners, we produce public policy research and share insights addressing diverse urban challenges to promote healthy neighbourhoods, cities and regions, starting with the GTHA. We are recognized for our accessible approach to knowledge mobilization, our multi-disciplinary perspective, and for providing leadership and dialogue that motivates action on important issues.

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