ULI Canada: Indigenous City Building: Signature projects in Canadian cities

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2022-02-03
2022-02-03T12:00:00 - 2022-02-03T13:00:00
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    Significant development partnerships with Indigenous stakeholders are poised to transform the landscape in major Canadian cities. Join ULI British Columbia, Alberta and Toronto as we explore this exciting urban frontier in city building, that are raising the bar on the capacity for real estate development to deliver positive environmental and social impacts.

    Projects:
    Calgary: Taza Development
    Toronto: Indigenous Hub
    Toronto: Toronto Public Library's Dawes Rd. Branch
    Vancouver: Heather Lands, Jericho Lands, and Statləw̓ District

    Host:
    Renata Mag-atas BlairSenior Project Manager, BTY
     
    Moderator:
    Tim Coldwell, President, Chandos Construction Ltd.
     
    Panelists:
    Calgary: Bryce Starlight, Vice President, Taza Development Corp
    Toronto: Brian Porter, Principal, Two Row Architect
    Toronto: Eladia Smoke, Principal Architect, Owner at Smoke Architecture Inc.
    Vancouver: Dennis Thomas-Whonoak, Co-Founder, Kwasen Enterprises Ltd. and Sr. Business Development Manager, Tsleil-Waututh Nation

    Photo Credits: Taza Development rendering by Zeidler Architecture. Indigenous Hub rendering by BDP Quadrangle. Toronto Public Library's Dawes Rd. Branch rendering by Perkins + Will/Smoke Architecture. Heather Lands, Jericho Lands and Statlew̓ District rendering by MST Development Corporation.