Join us for a free screening of the excellent documentary, The Human Scale, and stay for 30 minutes after the film as a panel of experts discuss what the City of Ottawa has done well and what it can do better related to urban planning, sustainable transportation, and creating a more liveable city. Questions from the audience will follow. The capacity of the venue is 650 people, so we encourage you to please RSVP below.
Guest speakers include:
- Catherine McKenney, Somerset Ward City Councillor, Transportation Committee Vice-Chair
- Alain Miguelez, City of Ottawa Planner, Spacing Ottawa contributor
- David Sweanor, uOttawa Adjunct Professor of Law, active transportation advocate
- Inge Roosendaal, Ottawa Public Health Program Development Officer
RSVP below for your chance to win one of three day passes from Right Bike (winners' names to drawn at the event). Seating for this free screening will be on a first come, first serve basis.
This event is supported by the Sandy Hill Community Health Centre, Action Sandy Hill, the Healthy Transportation Coalition, EnviroCentre, Ecology Ottawa, Sustainable Living Ottawa East, Ottawa East Community Association, Lowertown Community Association, Right Bike, Green Communities Canada - Active & Safe Routes to School, and Citizens Academy.
325 Rideau St
Ottawa, ON K1N 5Y4
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