ULI Toronto: Modular Housing - Faster, Cheaper, Greener

Cities across North America and Canada, including the City of Toronto, are facing an unprecedented housing affordability crisis. This acute challenge extends from middle-income/workforce residents to at-risk populations. Our program will explore how temporary and permanent modular and factory constructed housing can significantly contribute to the affordability solution – including an in-depth look at the implementation and lessons learned by Luke Harrison, Former Director and CEO, Vancouver Affordable Housing Agency and Bart Tocci, the builder behind Boston's largest modular housing project.

What are the opportunities for Toronto to add new housing supply, quickly and cost effectively, by working collaboratively with public and private affordable and modular housing providers? How can modular construction combined with the opportunity of public land unlock permanent and short-term housing options?


OPENING PRESENTATIONS:
Luke Harrison, Vice President, Business Development, Horizon North
Bart Tocci, Business Development, Tocci Building Corporation

MODERATOR:
Signe Leisk, Partner, Cassels Brock LLP

PANELISTS:
Lynda Macdonald, Director, Community Planning, City of Toronto
John van Nostrand, Founder, JvN/d
Bart Tocci, Business Development, Tocci Building Corporation
Luke Harrison, Vice President, Business Development, Horizon North 


ULI Toronto: Curtner Leadership Program - Community Presentation

Please join us for a community presentation hosted by the Urban Land Institute (ULI) Toronto as members of the Urban Leadership Program present their vision for Mount Dennis.

ULI Toronto: Milton: A Place of Possibility

At the western edge of the GTA, Milton is one of the youngest and most highly-educated populations in Ontario - and one of the fastest growing communities in Canada. In the centre of North America’s hottest technology cluster, the Toronto-Waterloo Innovation Corridor, Milton is on one of the last greenfield frontiers in the GTA. With bold residential and employment growth plans, Milton has become one of the GTA's most attractive investment locations with a bold vision for the future.

Learn about Milton’s vision, including:

  • The Milton Education Village, including a future state-of-the-art Wilfrid Laurier University campus.

  • Plans for improved transit infrastructure and connectivity linking Milton’s urban growth areas.

  • Development of employment lands, including Derry Green Corporate Business Park and Trafalgar Corridor.

  • World-class athletic facilities (Mattamy National Cycling Centre) and natural assets (Niagara Escarpment and Giant's Rib GeoPark System).

  • Intensification and adaptive  re-use of existing employment areas to high-density mixed-use areas.

Speakers
Annette Gilgan, Principal, Gilbach Real Estate Development
Jill Hogan, Director, Planning Policy & Urban Design, Town of Milton
Barb Koopmans, Commissioner, Planning and Development, Town of Milton
Mayor Gordon Krantz, Town of Milton
Jeff Miller, Head of Industrial, Oxford Properties Group

Nick Mocan, Partner, Crozier & Associates Consulting Engineers

SHAW BOXING - MAY 9, 2019

Shaw Boxing offers a night of camaraderie, first class hospitality and professional boxing matches. Guests enjoy exceptional cuisine and high-quality sporting action close to their table, along with networking with the who’s who from the ranks of Canada’s top 100 companies.

On May 9, 2019, we will celebrate the 34th anniversary of this phenomenal event, which has raised over $11 million in support of the Shaw Festival Theater, Canada. Proceeds have helped to build one of the largest and most prestigious acting ensembles in North America, and develop programs that foster actors, designers and directors who in turn play their part in theater companies across Canada.


BAGNATO CUP

PAVEL LYUTENKO (DEBUT, TORONTO)
VS.
TAMAS MUNKACSI (DEBUT, TORONTO)

8 ROUND
CO-FEATURE (150 LBS)

STEPHANE MALENOU (12-6-1, MONTREAL, QC)
VS.
RICARDO SALAS (11-1-0, MEXICO CITY, MX)

10 ROUNDS
CANADIAN SUPER LIGHTWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP (140LBS)

STEVEN WILCOX (20-3-2, HAMILTON, ON)
VS.
ROODY PIERRE PAUL (16-4-2, TERREBONNE, QC)