#407 Healthy Canada by Design: Incubating Innovation Streets & Neighbourhoods
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The audio recording is availble here:
Join us to hear:
- About an environmental scan of provincial legislation re: healthy communities
- About a Health Impact Assessment conducted to promote safe and active transportation
- About a pilot project in the Town of Clearwater to develop an innovative street by-law
- About case studies of innovative street design
Who should attend?
Professionals in public health, planning and transportation who are interested in creating healthy communities that support and foster physical activity and active transportation.
Advisors on Tap:
George McKibbon is a Registered Professional Planner in Ontario and holds memberships in the Canadian Institute of Planner (CIP) and the American Institute of Certified Planners. He is a planning consultant and Adjunct Professor at the University of Guelph. He helped produce the CIP's Healthy Communities Legislative Comparison Survey Report.
Oliver Bellefleur has been working at the National Collaborating Centre for Healthy Public Policy (NCCHPP) since 2010. He has master's degrees in philosophy and environmental sciences. His work is focused on public policies informing the built environment , particularly upon policies that favour safe, active and public transportation.
François Gagnon has been working at the NCCHPP since 2006. He has a master's in criminology and a PhD in Communications. He teaches courses in research methodology, media and popular culture at the Université de Montréal. He is currently researching interventions and public policies that can promote safe active travel for use by public health and NGO`s.
Peter Truch is the Transportation Manager with Opus Internation Consultants. He has 15 years of experience doing transportation and mobility planning as both a consultatnt and for a municipal government. Peter is a fellow and serves as the President of the Canadian Institute of Transportation Engineers (CITE).
David Patman is a Transporation Planner currently employed at Winniped Transit. David has worked in both the public and private sectors. As an elected executive with the CITE, he has managed the CITE's HCBD Project on case studies directed at innovative street design.