On August 25, we brought together five speakers to explore:
What is the potential of social purpose spaces post-pandemic? What are the new opportunities for communities to support and invest in social purpose spaces?
Office buildings have been hollowed out and how we return to them will never be the same. For some, they may never return. A few of Canada’s largest companies are declaring working from home will be the new norm and they’re not alone, many are following suit.
From daycares and soup kitchens to coworking spaces and community housing, social purpose spaces shape how our communities are designed and built, and they matter for equitable, healthy, and complete communities as well as vibrant local economies.
As communities plan for recovery, we examine the positive impact of social purpose spaces, how social purpose spaces might change,
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