How do Ontario's smaller and mid-sized cities handle growth, particularly if they are taking up some of the spill-over from the province's larger cities? Our experts include: John Fleming, VP for the Council for Canadian Urbanism and former chief planner for the City of London; Mary Lou Tanner, partner and principal planner with the Niagara Planning Group, and formerly the chief planner for the Niagara Region; Jason Thorne, general manager of planning and economic development, City of Hamilton; and Jo Flatt, vice president, corporate strategy and planning, Allied REIT, and the former program director at Evergreen, where she led the Mid-Sized Cities Program.
Episode:
Ontario's Mid-Sized Cities; Housing Lessons from Quebec
Aired:
Mar 05, 2020
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