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Paste In Place

12/10/2018
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Has a way-finding map on the corner of a busy street ever helped you figure out how to get to your destination?...

Duration:00:29:11

Brewing Up Community

11/26/2018
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“The vaunted ‘third space’ isn’t home, and isn’t work – it’s more like the living room of society at large. It’s a...

Duration:00:22:09

Restorative Spaces in the City

11/13/2018
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Jenny Roe is an environmental psychologist. She studies how we interact with our world, and how the world impacts our health, wellbeing...

Duration:00:27:08

Cycling Through Snow

10/29/2018
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To get us all ready for winter, we talked to Calgary’s own winter biking aficionado. Tom Babin is an author, writer and...

Duration:00:23:10

The Wonders of Walkability

10/15/2018
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This episode dives into Jeff Speck’s General Theory of Walkability. The General Theory of Walkability was published in 2012 in the book...

Duration:00:24:33

Park(ing) Day

10/1/2018
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In North American cities, there are 4 parking stalls for every car. Downtown cores usually devote 30% of their space for parking....

Duration:00:28:25

Esteemed Cities

9/17/2018
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We love asking our guests to share a city they love and why. The city lovers we’ve had on the podcast generally...

Duration:00:15:20

The Origins of Olympic Plaza

9/4/2018
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The Olympics are often remembered for the moments that happen during the event, but we thought we’d explore an example of the...

Duration:00:28:05

Business For The Better

8/20/2018
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When we talk about cities, developers are often the only businesses that get discussed. But how can other companies contribute to a...

Duration:00:33:37

Building Up Well-Being

8/6/2018
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How we design our cities impacts how we feel. From green spaces and tree-lined streets to walkable ‘hoods and lively public places,...

Duration:00:38:26

Canada’s Communities

7/25/2018
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Last weekend, two of us from the team went to Winnipeg for the national Canadian Institute of Planners Conference. In collaboration with...

Duration:00:14:12

More Food, Less Waste

7/9/2018
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Across the world, a surprising amount of food doesn’t get eaten. Roughly one third of food is lost or wasted every year...

Duration:00:23:09

Young Urbanists

6/21/2018
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City-building activities don’t often include the voices of the kids, which means we’re all missing out. Not only do they provide refreshingly...

Duration:00:14:17

Anthropology & Equity

6/18/2018
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Today’s guest is Katrina Johnston Zimmerman, an advocate for equitable and women led cities. Through her observational methods as an urban anthropologist,...

Duration:00:29:10

National Strategies for Cities

6/4/2018
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How we build our cities is always going to be intertwined with politics. This episode is the second of two episodes where...

Duration:00:36:25

Urban Politics

5/21/2018
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How we build our cities is always going to be intertwined with politics. This episode is the first of two episodes where...

Duration:00:35:48

Let’s Get Walking

5/14/2018
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In this episode, we’re talking all about walking. We discuss the benefits of walking and have great conversations with folks including The...

Duration:00:29:32

Educating, Employing & Empowering Youth

4/23/2018
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On 360° City, we want to share stories about people that you may have never heard of – the people who aren’t...

Duration:00:31:39

From the Project Files: Community Hubs

4/13/2018
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Cities need to serve diverse communities with diverse needs. For many people, accessing a variety of services in many locations can be...

Duration:00:21:46

The Art of Making Maps

4/9/2018
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Maps are a powerful tool that can communicate much more than just where things are located in an area. They can communicate...

Duration:00:25:37