Posts Tagged "Learning Forum"

Stand Up for Auchmar Meeting

Friends of Auchmar held a community meeting on May 18 at the Hamilton Club focused on the future of its namesake property located at Fennell Ave. W. and West 5th St. on Hamilton Mountain. The purpose of the meeting was to present the case... More

Renew Hamilton Curriculum

The Renew Hamilton Project, in partnership with McMaster University (Dr. Gail Krantzberg) and Seneca College (Bill Humber), has developed a made in Hamilton education and training curriculum designed to support and strengthen Hamilton’s renewal economy.  It will be used as a resource as we... More

Watch Update Video #5

In this, our fifth updater video, we detail the success of the inaugural Renew Hamilton Learning Forum.   It was held on October 18, 2013 and focused on strengthening a growing community of local organizations and individuals dedicated to creating inspired urban environments in Hamilton.... More

David Crombie Hamilton Podcast

David Crombie, mayor of Toronto from 1972 to 1978 and a Minister in Brian Mulroney’s government, was the centre of attention at The Future of Ontario Cities, an informal Q&A event hosted by The Brain, SuperCrawl and Thier + Curran Architects on November 17, 2013.... More

Glen Norton at Learning Forum

Here’s the audio recording of Glen Norton – manager, Urban Renewal for the City of Hamilton – speaking at our inaugural Renew Hamilton Learning Forum on October 18. Glen provided a broad overview of renewal activities across Hamilton as well as City-led innovations to... More

Graham McNally at Learning Forum

Here’s the audio recording of Graham McNally speaking at our inaugural Renew Hamilton Learning Forum on the topic of tactical urbanism. Graham McNally is an architect with Invizij Architects Inc. and a member of the Hamilton/Burlington Society of Architects. He is a key driver of tactical urbanism... More

David Premi at Renew Hamilton Forum

Here’s a 25 minute audio recording of David Premi speaking at the inaugural Renew Hamilton Learning Forum on October 18, 2013.  Premi, a local architect, urbanist and building restorer, spoke on the history of urban renewal in Hamilton and the ingredients of community regeneration.... More

Jeremy Freiburger Talks Vibrancy

Here is an audio recording of Jeremy Freiburger, head of Hamilton-based CoBALT Connects, sharing an overview of the Expressing Vibrancy project at the Renew Hamilton Learning Forum on October 18, 2013. Listen to this dynamic, ten minute podcast and learn: Why dozens of communities across Ontario – including... More

Bill Humber at Learning Forum

Bill Humber (third from left in photograph) is co-principal of the Regeneration Institute for the Great Lakes (ReIGL). Here is the audio recording of his talk on the Fundamentals of Urban Regeneration given at the inaugural Renew Hamilton Learning Forum on October 18, 2013.... More

Learning Forum on NewsClipTV

Watch this NewsClipTV story for a brief recap of what happened at our inaugural Renew Hamilton Learning Forum, including the announcement of a proposed $35 million condo development by the Hi-Rise Group adjacent to the Lister Building that will incorporate the reassembled facade of... More