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Schedule

The schedule of speakers and workshops for Saturday, July 21.

8:30 am

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9:30 am

Coffee & Light Breakfast

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Coffee & Light Breakfast
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9:45 am

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10:15 am

Building Transit Demand In Toronto With Regional Rail

Presented by:
Jonathan English
PhD Candidate, Columbia University
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10:15 am

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11:00 am

Creating Public Spaces In Urban Environments

Presented by:
Ilana Altman
Director Of Programming, The Bentway
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11:00 am

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11:30 am

Taking Action Quick Pitches

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Taking Action Quick Pitches
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11:30 am

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12:15 pm

Lunch

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Lunch
It's time to head out and grab a sandwich at a nearby restaurant.
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12:15 pm

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1:00 pm

How Police Policies Impact A Changing Toronto

Presented by:
Julius Haag
PhD Candidate, University of Toronto
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1:00 pm

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1:45 pm

Urban Land Use, Mobility and Citizenship: Making the Connections

Presented by:
Tricia Wood
Professor of Geography, York University
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1:45 pm

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2:00 pm

Afternoon Break

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Afternoon Break
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2:00 pm

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2:45 pm

Creating Space For Consensus In The King Street Pilot Debate

Presented by:
Kevin Vuong
Founder, King Street Eats
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2:45 pm

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3:30 pm

People and Place: Investigating Housing Trends and Demographics Over Time

Presented by:
Cheryll Case
Planner, CP Planning
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3:30 pm

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4:00 pm

Panel: Making Housing Affordable In The GTA

Presented by:
Naama Blonder
Partner, Smart Density Architects
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Gil Meslin
Land Use and Policy Planner, MCIP, RPP
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Rishab Mehan
Planner, City of Toronto
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4:00 pm

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4:30 pm

Making Cities Flourish

Presented by:
Cameron Dale
Project Manager - Public Markets, Evergreen
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Marina Queirolo
Senior Lead, Evergreen
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