100+: Canada's Profile on Urban SDGs

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On April 24, 2023, the World Urban Pavilion in Regent Park - Powered by Daniels presented the 100+: Canada's Profile on Urban Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) project. The project identifies, assesses, and catalogues innovative and transformative urban examples of Canadian cities, communities, and organizations for sustainable urban development. These 'made in Canada' urban initiatives are inspiring examples of Canada's ingenuity when it comes to addressing complex urban challenges. Global examples to be presented as transformative actions in the social, economic, environmental, cultural, and governance components of city development. 100+ is bringing together all of Canadian urban actors under a common national agenda for the achievement of SDGs. 


The following initiatives were presented: 

  • East Village Master Plan by Calgary Municipal Land Corporation 
  • Vancity Affordable Housing Accelerator Program: Unlocking Land and Capital for Community-owned Affordable Housing by Vancity Community Foundation 
  • Inclusive Local Economic Opportunity Initiative (ILEO) by United Way Greater Toronto
  • Regent Park Revitalization by Toronto Community Housing Corporation 
  • Toronto Western Hospital Wastewater Energy System by University Health Network, Noventa Energy Partners, and the City of Toronto 
  • Sparrow Living, Sparrow Living Inc. 
  • Sustainable Neighbourhood Action Program (SNAP) by Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA) 
  • City-Data Ontologies, Models and Impact Standards to Achieve SDG 11 using the Urban Monitoring Framework and the Pavilion’s Analytical Framework by Urban Data Centre, School of Cities, University of Toronto


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