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Imagining Communities of Tomorrow

From the Great Vancouver Fire of 1886, to Hogan's Alley in the 1900s, all the way up to public-space developments since COVID-19. These are stories from the intersection of urban planning and community collaboration in our city. Examples of sustainable systems in Vancouver--such as local food and renewable energy--provide insight into how urban planning for a bright future requires input and participation from diverse communities.

This series is powered by Concert Properties, a partnering sponsor for Science World's feature exhibition Towers of Tomorrow with LEGO® Bricks and a mission-driven developer with a mandate to provide assured rental housing in British Columbia.

Check out the stories below!