Register Now For CanU9! Join us in Winnipeg, September 13 to 16th (evening welcome reception on the 13th) for the 9th Annual Council for Canadian Urbanism Summit, #CanU9 – City Making Math: the Art and Science of Urban Design!
CanU9 Summit Program – Registration at http://www.canadianurbanism.ca/
PLC Units are available
Wednesday, September 13, 2017
Registration Desk: Inn at the Forks
5:00 p.m. City Hall Welcome from Mayor Brian Bowman and Reception at City Hall followed by Evening Festivities with International Downtown Association and Winnipeg Design Festival. Food sponsored by RAW Almond. Tickets: $35.00. Location: The Forks.
Thursday, September 14, 2017 The Forks, and Red River College
On the Banks of the Red and Assiniboine - Winnipeg City-Building – The Forks
The Math & Design of Urban and Suburban Growth – The Forks
Canadian Urbanism Coast to Coast - Pecha Kucha – The Forks
Urban Economic Revitalization Strategies in Mid-Sized Cities - Red River College, Roblin Centre, 160 Princess St.
Keynote Panel: The Value of Great Urban Design, Red River College, Roblin Centre, 160 Princess St.
5:50 to 7:30 CanU Annual General Meeting, Number TEN Architectural Group, 310 - 115 Bannatyne Avenue
Downtown Winnipeg Walking Tours
Evening: Winnipeg Design Festival Opening - Upper Fort Garry Park, Main Street
Friday, September 15, 2017, Millennium Library Park, Holy Trinity Anglican Church, the Tom Hendry Warehouse Theatre
Breakfast - Millennium Library Park, hosted by HTFC
Infill Growth is Sacred and Smart! - Holy Trinity Anglican Church, 256 Smith Street
Media & Urbanism Panel - Tom Hendry Warehouse Theatre Lobby, 140 Rupert Ave.
Big Ideas from Big Canadian Urbanists – Key Note Panel - Tom Hendry Warehouse Theatre Lobby, 140 Rupert Ave.
The Math on Smarter Mobility and Transportation - Tom Hendry Warehouse Theatre Lobby, 140 Rupert Ave
Evening: 10x20x20 Petcha Kutcha - Collaboration with Winnipeg Design Festival – Winnipeg Art Gallery
Saturday, September 16, 2017
Bus Tour: Enjoy Winnipeg beyond the downtown. Visit the legendary North End, the vibrant community of the West End. See the city’s densest neighbourhood, trendy Osborne Village, and French speaking St. Boniface, its historic university and cathedral. Tour the city’s elm lined streets, the largest collection of elm trees in the world, all the way to Assiniboine Park. Soak in our quirky little city.
Celebrate Design with the Winnipeg Design Festival: The final day of the Winnipeg Design Festival will go late into the night, with exhibits, markets, and beer/wine gardens at Upper Fort Garry Park, Union Station, and the Forks Festival Stage. Come experience Winnipeg’s design culture.Share on Twitter Share on Facebook