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Creating a Diverse & Resilient Economy in Metro Vancouver

This panel conversation event will focus on the future of employment in Metro Vancouver, and planning for the employment lands that support the regional economy. What are the trends and issues related to employment in various sectors in Metro Vancouver, and how does land use planning, regulation, and market demand affect the future of work regionally? How will we thrive in this changing regional economy?

The speakers

  • Opening remarks: Heather McNell, Director of Regional Planning, Metro Vancouver & Gil Kelley, General Manager of Planning, Urban Design, and Sustainability, City of Vancouver
  • Moderator: Gordon Price, Former Director of SFU City Program and Former Vancouver City Councillor

 

  • Peter HallProfessor & Director of SFU Urban Studies Program
  • Shachi KurlExecutive Director, Angus Reid Institute
  • Andrew PetrozziPrincipal & Vice-Principal, Research, Avison Young
  • Bryan BuggeyDirector, Strategic Initiatives & Sector Development, Vancouver Economic Commission

 

March 5
8 – 10:30 am
SFU Vancouver at Harbour Centre, Room 1420-1430, 515 West Hastings

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