Past Events


  • May 19, 2021
    Researching for Climate Justice
  • May 19, 2021
    People with Disabilities and Accessibility
    Join us to hear from experts, policy-makers and those with lived experiences as we try to unpack these questions and generate solutions for more accessible online spaces. The discussion will be followed by breakout rooms focused on workshopping innovative policy solutions to bridge divides in internet accessibility.
  • May 11, 2021
    Plastics, Basically
  • May 06, 2021
    Rosemary Brown Memorial Symposium on Women & Social Justice
    Every year, to honour the important legacy of the late Rosemary Brown, the Department of Gender, Sexuality & Women’s Studies (GSWS) brings together distinguished scholars, students, service providers, and the broader community together to speak on current issues of diversity, ongoing inequalities, and ways to create positive change.
  • April 28, 2021
    Older Adults and Digital Literacy
    Join us to hear community and industry representatives discuss what is impending internet access among older adults and how digital literacy programs can enhance safe internet use for everyone living in Canada. The discussion will be followed by breakout rooms focused on workshopping innovative policy solutions to bridge divides in digital access and literacy between older and younger generations.


  • March 24, 2021
    Taking It to the Streets
  • February 24, 2021
    Urban Resilience: New Realities
  • December 10, 2020
    Planning for the Post-Pandemic City
    When Planning Vancouver Together started in November 2019, no one could’ve imagined what was just around the corner. While a global pandemic altered our relationship with our city, it also laid bare and amplified the pre-existing inequalities of our society. COVID-19 has tested the resiliency and adaptability of Vancouver’s social, economic and physical fabric. While certain parts of the city have weathered this pandemic, others have struggled. In light of these dramatic events, what does planning for the next three decades of Vancouver mean? What have we learned and experienced in the last eight months that might shape the next 30 years? How can the Vancouver Plan – a long-term strategic citywide plan – course-correct and continue to plan for a future city that is resilient to new and existing shocks and stressors, while striving for a city that truly works for all who live, work and play here?
  • December 08, 2020
    An Unbroken Line: Haida Art and Culture
  • December 03, 2020
    MST Futurism: Decolonizing the City Through a Matriarchal Lens