The Next Big Idea? Students, alumni, urban experts on improving our city
How do we narrow the divide between the suburbs and downtown? What role does transit play in making Toronto a first-class city? How do we effectively celebrate the rich cultural traditions of our immigrants?
And are postwar, suburban towers part of the plan or just plain eye sores?
These questions and many more were on full display at a recent forum at Innis Town Hall − part of the College’s 50th anniversary celebrations. The Urban Studies Program at Innis College, in partnership with The Martin Prosperity Institute and the Toronto Star welcomed four panelists with expertise on planning, immigration and transit, as they engaged students, alumni and the wider community in a lively public discussion.
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