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June 6, 2018

Evergreen’s checklist for future leaders

Ten top decisions to make in order to build flourishing provinces, territories and municipalities in Canada.

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Strawberries and rhubarb sitting on a wooden table.

May 31, 2018

What’s On at the Saturday Farmers Market in June

See what's happening at the Saturday Farmers Market at Evergreen Brick Works in June.

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Two boys play outside sitting in cardboard boxes. Image: Joanne Burbidge

May 30, 2018

4 lessons we’ve learned from educators

We have the privilege to meet amazing teachers and early childhood educators at our Professional Learning Workshops.

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Kiln building empty. Image: Ben Rahn/A-Frame

May 25, 2018

5 highlights from Phase 1 of kiln building redevelopment (and two…

Some things have changed at Evergreen Brick Works since we started the retrofit of our historic kiln building last year.

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A view of a Calgary street

May 14, 2018

Reimagining our cities: Now is the time for Future Cities Canada

It’s time to imagine our 21st century cities, and how they can be better places for everyone to live, work, play and thrive.

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May 14, 2018

21st century cities: New roles in city building across Canada

Learn more about three unique roles new to Canadian cities.

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A person cycles through St. Catharines, Ontario. Image: Copyright Queen

May 3, 2018

How to build our future mid-sized cities? By putting people first

Evergreen's Mid-Sized Cities Research Series highlights the opportunities for Canada's mid-sized cities to become leaders of innovative city building across the country.

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Participants in 100In1Day Toronto gather to help build a rain garden in a Toronto neighbourhood. Image: Kat Augustin

April 30, 2018

Rain Gardens United: A story of impact from 100In1Day Canada

What started as Rain Gardens of Danforth East Village, an intervention through 100In1Day in 2015, Rain Gardens United has helped build 31 rain gardens in one Toronto neighbourhood.
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