City of Lethbridge Creating New Masterplan for Inclusive Design It was an unusual sight: Lethbridge city officials and consultants wandering...
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What does it take to bring innovative housing ideas together to imagine the future of community housing in Canada?
A future of inclusive growth and full participation by everyone in society. This short phrase, or some variation, has been rolling around in my head over the past months.
This article is the first part of a series exploring how creative community design interventions can lead to better child development outcomes.
It is important to reflect on the economic and social challenges that disproportionately impact newcomer women and, going forward, imagine the possibilities that emerge when we prioritize initiatives that will enable newcomer women to thrive.
Urban Matters CCC President joins the Central Okanagan Journey Home Society’s inaugural board of directorsMarch 12, 2019 7:17 pm Published by Jade Arignon Comments Off on Urban Matters CCC President joins the Central Okanagan Journey Home Society’s inaugural board of directors
"As part of a company that is deeply invested in the wellbeing of communities across the country, I see this role as an opportunity to share my learnings as I continue to learn."
Recently, Urban Matters' Social Venture Developer Jerome Lengkeek visited the Reframe winners in person. His first stop was Kamloops, BC.
In part two of a spotlight series on the 2018 Reframe Housing Competition winners, we're featuring Expandwell Home Inc.
World Creativity and Innovation Week (WCIW) is the kind of celebration we embrace at Urban Matters CCC.
Isha Matous-Gibbs has officially joined the Urban Matters (UM) team as a Social Health and Well-being Planner. Isha graduated with...
How the City of Grand Forks is turning a one-in-200-year flooding event into an opportunity for long-term housing solutions for...
Everywhere you look nowadays, people are having a conversation about housing: How do we ensure equitable housing for everyone? What...