"Exploring the City" Events

The City-Region Studies Centre often collaborates with local partners to deliver specialized presentations, workshops, planning sessions, and city tours, to explore issues of planning, placemaking, and urban and rural development.

Connect with us at crsc@ualberta.ca or by phone at (780) 492-9957 to learn more!

Past events:

  • Edmonton Infill Tour

    How would you define infill? What is your perception of infill in Edmonton? Can you think of any examples of infill in the city? How can infill be guided to support the future sustainability, prosperity and well-being of our neighbourhoods and communities? What could infill look like? The City-Region Studies Centre (CRSC), Infill Development in Edmonton Association (IDEA), the City of Edmonton and Stantec in explored these and other questions as part of an interactive tour examining the infill movement in Edmonton. The public's voice is important in building a local dialogue around the future of infill in Edmonton.

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  • Futurescape City Tour

    A Futurescape City Tour is a walking tour of the urban environment that invites participants to take photos, jot down reflections, and notice their city or community in a fresh light while considering its past, present, and future. Facilitated deliberation before and after the tour, as well as informal conversations with researchers, stakeholders, city planners, and officials, encourages all participants to voice their concerns and desires for the future of their communities.

    As part of our Nanotechnology and the Community, the CRSC hosted a Futurescape City Tour in Edmonton in 2013.

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  • Unwrap the Research

    Unwrap the Research: What now for Fort McMurray and Wood Buffalo? was a community-engaged conference held in Fort McMurray, with the aim of bringing research findings to the public. Unwrap the Research was unique, the first conference of its kind in the region, facilitating dialogue and learning opportunities among researchers from multiple disciplines, as well as between researchers and local residents and business owners in the oil sands region.

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