Events

Healthy Communities Conversation Series

How have people's connections to their neighbourhoods and communities changed because of the COVID-19 pandemic?

September 22, 2022
12:00pm (MST; virtual)

The Centre for Healthy Communities welcomes you to a Healthy Communities Conversation to explore how people’s connections to their neighbourhoods and communities have changed because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Please join us in an active and visionary conversation with researchers, practitioners, and the community to explore different ideas for forging healthy and sustainable communities. We invite you to engage and share your perspective, or to listen and imagine the possibilities. Come and explore with us!

Join us on September 22nd at noon in this important conversation.

Everyone belongs in this conversation. We look forward to connecting with you.

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The Healthy Communities Conversation is part of a regular series.  Each visionary conversation will spark insights and ideas about a critical topic facing our diverse communities. All are welcome to participate.

Previous Healthy Communities Conversation Topics

*Select the conversation topic for a summary of the discussions.

May 3, 2022: What are some of the ways that we can reduce or address social and health inequities and who has a role in this?

November 3, 2021: How schools serve as powerful settings to build communities.

June 17, 2021: Health equity - what does this mean to you?

April 29, 2021: Healthy homes, healthy communities - what does this mean in a post-COVID future?


Webinars

Upcoming webinars presented by the Centre for Healthy Communities to be announced soon. To listen to recordings of previous webinars see the webinar resource section. 


FORUMS

Centre for Healthy Communities - Innovation Forum - 2019

On November 4, 2019, we connected with citizens, practitioners, industry professionals, Indigenous organizations, and researchers from across Alberta to discuss how we can tangibly support Alberta's communities to reach their healthiest possible future. Throughout the day we had an opportunity to explore ideas, challenges, and questions from the group. The community-centered conversations sparked discussion and collaboration and it was a wonderful chance to come together to practice the future as a sustainable and healthy community.

Read the Report


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For information on past events, see the resources section.