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Cerbu, Alyssa. Making Biophilic Connections: Creating a Green Space Network in Toronto.
Furneaux, Alexander. Crossing Together: Towards Implementing Landscape Connectivity Best Practices Along the Meadoway.
Hack, Arleigh. Getting from Here to There: Mainstreaming Wildlife Crossing Structures Through Transdisciplinary Design Approaches to Collaborative Planning.
Haiken, Berta. Parks Planning and Mental Health: The Urban Planner’s Role and Influence in the Relationship Between Healthy Minds and Green Spaces.
Wise, Joshua. How to Get the Salamander Across the Road: Exploring the Policy Intersection of Biodiversity Conservation and Road Projects in Ontario.
Carrie-Mattimoe, Holly. A Resurrection of Laneways: Toronto’s Activation of Public Space through Lanes.
Racine, Vincent. Stitching the Fabric: Connectivity Strategies for Identified Gaps in Toronto’s Ravines.
Carter-Shamai, Sam. Back space: Exploring Residual Territories and Landscapes of Deletion.
Coutinho, Wayne. A study of municipal policies in Ontario to manage rainwater where it falls through Green Stormwater Infrastructure.
Shakya Singh, Nisha. Economic of Density Bonusing in Securing Affordable Housing.
Marquis, Taylor. A Design Vision for Decommissioning the Pickering Nuclear Power Plant.
Hickey, Kathryn. The Role of Transitional Uses, Temporary Interventions & “Ephemerality” in Post-Industrial Waterfront Spaces: Lessons for Toronto’s Port Lands.
Manning, Evan. Suburban Modern: Examining the Tools for the Preservation of a Mid-Century Community.
Simpson-Walker, Vanessa. Rethinking Community Gardens.
Flood, Kristen. A Planner’s Guide: Conserving Brutalist and Concrete Modern Buildings in Toronto.
Gordon, Geordie. (RE)Discovering Toronto’s Waterfront: Infrastructure and Connectivity in a Post-Industrial Landscape.
Comars, Adrienne. [THE POWER OF THE UNPLANNED: TORONTO’S LOOSE SPACE GUIDE].
Kohler, Joshua. Pandora’s box: Proposal for a design competition.
Rittemann, Theresa. Playfully Green Futures: A Planning Guide for Natural Playscapes in Canada.
D’Souza, Lily. Past, Present and Possible: Toward an Integrated Approach for Natural Heritage Conservation.
Williams, Lacey. Combining Art, Water, and a Traditional Aboriginal Perspective: Profiling Garrison Creek for Planners.
Heron-Monk, Courtney. Grandma in the Greenbelt: How the Natural Disposal of Our Dead Could Save Ontario’s Green Space.
Tito, Erin. Strategies to Animate Toronto’s Transitional Post-Industrial Waterfront.
Cancelli, Ariana. People, Place and Landscape: A Bottom-Up, Adaptive and Catalytic Approach to Tower Renewal.
Kreklo, Jessica. Rust Never Sleeps: Infrastructural Urbanism and Planning for Change.
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