Introducing CityTalk: The Podcast
NEW! Join CUI President & CEO Mary W. Rowe for a deeper-dive with special guests to discuss what’s working, what’s not and what’s next for cities across Canada.
Le bien-fondé des conversions: Comprendre l’occasion que pose la conversion d’espaces de bureau en logements dans les centres-villes canadiens
What if we could revitalize downtowns and increase housing supply at the same time? Our report says WE CAN.Learn More
CUI is Canada’s Urban Institute.
We're a national platform for the best in Canadian city building. Through research, engagement and storytelling, we support vibrant, equitable, livable, and resilient cities.Discover CUI
Canada’s Placemaking Community
Introducing an online space to expand our collective imagination around placemaking. Part of the Healthy Communities Initiative, a partnership with Community Foundations of Canada and funded by the Government of Canada.Learn More
We believe urbanism is for everyone.
We connect policymakers, urban professionals, civic and business leaders, activists, and academics from coast to coast to coast.Learn more about how we work.
We collaborate with community leaders, academics, and activists to promote local solutions to the challenges facing Canadian cities.
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What We Heard
How do 400+ housing organizations, experts, and advocates feel about Canada’s National Housing Strategy? “What We Heard” compiles their observations and urgent suggestions to ensure the plan meets its targets and cuts homelessness in half.
May 20, 2023
What We Heard: Solutions for the Improving the National Housing Strategy
An in-depth conversation about housing precarity, policy gaps, and possible solutions for improving the National Housing Strategy.
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April 22, 2023
Summer Crisis: Are Encampments Coming Back to Stay?
How can municipalities balance their responsibility to steward civic spaces, respect the legal and human rights of unhoused people, and manage the social and economic needs of their neighbourhoods?
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