The schedule of speakers and pitches for Saturday, March 23, 2019. Subject to change.
Opening Remarks - Toronto's Next Chapter
An overview of the complex challenges facing Toronto and the first steps to solving them.Speakers & More Session Info
A New City Charter for Toronto: What Do We Want?
Discussing the values and mechanisms that should guide a new city charter.Speakers & More Session Info
Creating A Home For Indigenous Businesses In Toronto
Discussing the effects of creating economic opportunities for Indigenous people at the new ICIE.Speakers & More Session Info
Uncovering The Politics Of Smart Cities
How can citizens hold corporations to a high standard in unprecedented types of development?Speakers & More Session Info
Run For Office Screening & Discussion
Run For Office explores the rollercoaster journey of three “outsider” political candidates.Speakers & More Session Info
Overcoming Incumbent Politicians & Challenging Common Beliefs
Faisal will describe how to challenge incumbent campaigns and residents' commonly held beliefs.Speakers & More Session Info
Investigating Gun Violence & Police Policy In Toronto
Addressing gun and gang violence, policy responses, and current debates around policing in Toronto.Speakers & More Session Info
The Scooters Are Coming: Managing Car-Free Mobility In Toronto
Examining at the impact of electric scooters on North American cities and urban travel patterns.Speakers & More Session Info
Overlooked Ways To Add Density In Neighbourhoods
This session will offer strategies for gentle intensification in existing neighbourhoods.Speakers & More Session Info
Examining Housing Now
Examining the specific sites and factors that are limiting the building of affordable housing.Speakers & More Session Info
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