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Urban planning & active transportation

Active Neighbourhoods Canada is a partnership between the Montréal Urban Ecology Centre (MUEC), Toronto Centre for Active Transportation (TCAT) and Sustainable Calgary Society (SCS). These organizations drew their inspiration from the Green, Active and Healthy Neighbourhoods approach — successfully implemented in four Quebec neighbourhoods — and tools inspired by best practices from around the world.

Pedestrian Week took place for the second time in May 2014. This event is an opportunity to identify ways to make more space for active transportation in cities.

Green, Active and Healthy Neighbourhoods is an extensive participatory urban planning project initiated in 2008. Our approach was tested in four Montréal neighbourhoods and their communities:

Green, Active and Healthy Neighbourhoods is an extensive participatory urban planning project initiated in 2008. Our approach was tested in four Montréal neighbourhoods and their communities:

Green, Active and Healthy Neighbourhoods is an extensive participatory urban planning project initiated in 2008. Our approach was tested in four Montréal neighbourhoods and their communities:

Green, Active and Healthy Neighbourhoods is a wide-spread participatory urban planning project initiated in 2008. Our approach was tested in four Montréal neighbourhoods and their communities:

Jane’s Walk is held in honour of Jane Jacobs, a writer and activist who strongly influenced urban planning in North America. For this event, “walking conversations” are led over the same weekend in over one hundred cities around the world. The 7th edition of the Montréal Jane’s Walk will take place in 2015.

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