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  • New EHC Report

    We’ve been an active partner in exploring how infill is changing neighbourhoods and the urban form of our city. In support of ongoing research and public engagement around the City of Edmonton’s Evolving Infill project, the EHC is pleased to share our latest draft report produced for the City of Edmonton: Edmonton’s Urban Planning, Neighbourhood and Housing Evolution.  This report provides an historical examination of our neighbourhoods and their evolution as it pertains to infill and urban planning in Edmonton.

    For more information on infill consultations and public engagement opportunities, check out the City of Edmonton’s Evolving Infill page.

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    Catching up with Chris Chang-Yen Phillips, Edmonton’s outgoing Historian Laureate

    As the deadline for nominations for the next – and fifth – Historian Laureate approaches, we caught up with outgoing Historian Laureate, Chris Chang-Yen Phillips, to reflect on his term as Edmonton’s official ambassador for all things historical. Chris was appointed the City’s fourth Historian Laureate in 2016, succeeding Danielle Metcalfe-Chenail.

    To read the full interview and find links to the Let’s Find Podcast, head on over to the blog.

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