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The City of Hamilton is at an exciting point in its evolution. There is a spirit of optimism and action stemming from mobilized and engaged communities, a growing and diversified economy, shifting demographics and abundant civic pride in the City’s rich built and natural heritage; however, like many mid-sized cities…

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…in creating a better city, and the Civic Commons project. Prior to her role at CityWorks she was with Ashoka Canada where she focussed on leveraging partnerships with stakeholders and supported the Ashoka Changemaker’s competition. During university, Lhazin worked with the Kawartha World Issues Centre, co-designing and facilitating workshops and…

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CityAge, Evergreen and McMaster will gather leaders from mid-sized cities and towns across North America in Hamilton, Ontario for the CityAge Conference

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Entry Date: April 10, 2015
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What will your city look like? (photo: Evergreen) It’s back! And bigger and better than ever. Don’t miss this years’ 100In1Day a global festival of civic engagement returning to Canada for its second year on June 6. This year the event adds a special addition — Hamilton, to returning cities…

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Entry Date: June 12, 2013
…the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area, but most importantly some of the solutions. A component of the 2012 MOVE Expo will be on display on the Spirit Wall, a gallery space located in a high-traffic area of Pearson’s Terminal 1. It will show how Metrolinx’s 25-year mobility plan, The Big…

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Entry Date: August 12, 2015
CityWorks
…this amazing group of city builders. ” – John Brodhead, Executive Director Evergreen CityWorks Check out our We Are Cities: Community Innovation Grant website for a full list of our 2015 recipients. The We Are Cities: Community Innovation Grant is a collaborative program with partnership from the McConnell Foundation and…

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Entry Date: April 20, 2017
…amazing “backyard” in the city. How does volunteering impact the community and yourself? We’re getting so many new people aware and interested in the Park, which is for everyone and will make Toronto and even better city. It’s been fantastic to work with so many diverse people and be inspired…