This webinar is the first of a new monthly series on Place-based initiatives, featuring a diversity of experiences made in Quebec.
Neighbourhood Round Tables cover most of the city’s older neighbourhoods in the urban core and suburban neighbourhoods that range in size from 10,000 to 100,000 residents. All Round Tables aim to help improve the conditions and living environments of their local population, addressing a wide range of issues from housing, urban planning, food security, climate change, transportation, social inclusion, etc. They leverage the strengths of local stakeholders by bringing together residents, community organizations, institutions, local governments and the business community, among others, to collectively determine local priorities to be turned into actionable development plans.
In this webinar, you will learn about Montreal’s experience from different stakeholders’ perspectives. Layla, Alena, Vanessa and Ramana will share their learnings from the Neighbourhood Round Table model, their impact to solve complex issues and their hopes for how this place-based work can help rebuild our communities.
For More Information:
- Watch an introductory video on the Neighbourhood Roundtables
- Information about the Montreal Neighbourhood Roundtable Coalition
- Access the Collective Impact and the Power of Place in Montreal Case Study