What were the defining decisions, actions and events of 2017 in planning and development that could prove to be transformative in Vancouver’s evolution?
The Vancouver City Planning Commission hosted Milestones 2017 on February 5, 2018. Four leading urban thinkers and achievers discussed 2017 decisions and events in planning and development that have been identified as possibly having a transformative influence on the evolution of Vancouver. The panellists also offer their own ideas on proposed milestones of 2017 and respond to suggestions from the audience.
- Melody Ma, Lead of #SaveChinatownYVR campaign, Chinatown activist and urban blogger
- Paul Kershaw, Founder & Lead Researcher,
- Generation SqueezeOuri Scott, Vancouver architect with a focus on indigenous design and sustainable infrastructure development
- Gordon Price, former Vancouver city councillor, former director of SFU’s City Program and co-editor of Price Tags.
The discussion was moderated by Sandra Singh, Chief Librarian, Vancouver Public Library. (1:05:51)