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that will shape our cities for the better.

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Evergreen’s 5 city building trends to watch for in 2018

The future looks bright for Canadian cities. Evergreen CEO Geoff Cape talks us through the top things to watch next year.

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What’s driving the push to smarter cities?

A new discussion paper from Evergreen and Code for Canada talks tech and data with mid-sized cities.

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Who’s doing it best: Building rental housing in Toronto and Vancouver

Comparing Toronto’s Open Door program and Vancouver’s Rental 100 program.

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What's On at Evergreen Brick Works

Enjoy nature in your city at the new Sunday Market or shop your local favourites at the Saturday Farmers Market.

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Moving the needle on laneway suites

We look at what has changed in the push for laneway housing in Toronto in this case study.

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Kiln Building Redevelopment

Evergreen has set a carbon neutral target for Evergreen Brick Works starting with the redevelopment of the historic kiln building.

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Children playing in the sand during a day of camp at Evergreen Brick Works. Image: Mike Derblich Children playing in the sand during a day of camp at Evergreen Brick Works. Image: Mike Derblich

Lessons from the Children’s Garden: Three things we learned this fall

The Children's Garden at Evergreen Brick Works is a testing ground for innovations in school ground design and play. Take these lessons and advance your own play at home or school!

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The Don River Valley Park

The Don River Valley Park is the centrepiece of Toronto’s rapidly growing downtown: a 200-hectare park spanning Pottery Road to Corktown Common.

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Revitalizing buildings for the communities in Ontario’s mid-sized cities

Our new report looks at examples of adaptive reuse in four Ontario cities: Hamilton, Kitchener, Brantford and Peterborough.

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Complete Communities

Discover the innovations making real change in the Greater Golden Horseshoe, one of the fastest growing regions of North America.

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