Special Presentations

“Toronto, Interrupted” examines huge changes facing the city

By April 28, 2019 No Comments

Urban designer Ken Greenberg, co-founder of Ryerson CBI, is soon to launch his latest book, Toronto Reborn, which tells the tale of Toronto’s transformation into a vibrant, modern and inclusive metropolis.

However, at the time of its publishing, policy shifts and dramatic budget cuts made by the Ontario government may be interrupting the trajectory of our city, possibly setting back the gains of recent decades.

On June 5, at 9 AM, we are pleased to present “Toronto, Interrupted,” a conversation with Greenberg and a panel of Toronto experts, sponsored by Dundurn Press, about what’s possible for city building, the environment, parks, housing and social equity in the face of these new challenges.

The panel includes City Councillor Josh Matlow, Devika Shah, Executive Director of Social Planning Toronto, and Tricia Wood, professor at York University, and will be moderated by journalist Royson James.

*Update: this event and waitlist is already fully booked–thank you for your interest!*