Past webinars

 

Canadian City Parks Report Launch Webinar

The 2020 Canadian City Parks Report highlights new city park insights to shape the future of biodiversity, creative park development, community engagement, and approaches to homelessness in city parks. 

In the report we share: 

  • A new collection of valuable city park data.
  • Key indicators and stories that bring context to the data.
  • An in-depth look at parks through five key themes—nature, growth, collaboration, activation, and inclusion

During the 2020 Canadian City Parks Report launch webinar, the Canadian City Parks Report’s writers, Jake Tobin Garrett and Adri Stark shared:

  • Key learnings and insights from the report and our just-released COVID and Parks survey
  • The way forward for city parks
  • A lively discussion

The webinar features the report's writers:

  • Jake Tobin Garrett, Park People Manager of Policy and Planning, 
  • Adri Stark, Project Coordinator at Park People.

Watch the webinar

 

 


 

Small is Mighty: How small urban ecology projects are having big impacts (and how you can contribute)

 

While large natural areas are critical, research shows that small-scale urban biodiversity projects—like pollinator gardens—are critical to healthy city ecosystems.

In urban environments, every nook and cranny counts.

In this webinar, hear from experts and advocates on the ecological benefits of these small urban habitats, explore the policies and practices that support (or don't) this shift and learn how you can start your own tiny habitat - right in your backyard or local park!

The panellists:

  • Nina-Marie Lister, Graduate Program Director of the School of Urban Planning, and the Ecological Design Lab Director, 
  • Caroline Magar-Bisson - Park People Development Lead for Montreal,
  • Mahnaz Ghalib, Dallington Pollinators Community Garden Project,
  • Carmen Rosen, Artistic Director, Still Moon Arts Society.

This webinar was moderated by Kelsey Carriere, Park People Senior Project Manager.

 

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Funding for this webinar was provided by the RBC Foundation and the Landscape Architecture Canada Foundation

Generously supported by:

The W. Garfield Weston Foundation

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