Communities in Bloom (CIB) 2011 Conference Presentations


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Healthy Living through Parks & Green Spaces

Presentations from the Communities in Bloom 
National Symposium on Parks & Grounds

Hosted by: 
The National Battlefields Commission
Quebec City, QC
October 26 - 29, 2011

*Please note that some presentations are quite large and may be slow to download.

Regard sur les oeuvres d’art dans les parcs et les jardins / Looking for art sculptures in parks and gardens

Looks at how works of art play an important role in parks and landscaping, and at criteria to consider balance to nature and sculpture and...

School Garden Network - Growing Food, Growing Youth, Growing Education

Discusses the work of the School Garden Network, a registered charitable organization operating nationally, with a goal of youth education...

Community Engagement in Public Art - A Defining Moment for Castlegar BC

Looks at how Castlegar's Sculpturewalk program partnered with Communities in Bloom to engage the community in an annual display of outdoor...

Growing Healthy Partnerships in Brampton

Co-Presenter: Roberta Canning, Coordinator Chinguacousy Park, Community Services, City of BramptonPresents the Scotts Miracle Gro’s...

Pentathlon des neiges

This presentation looks at this unique event presented in an historical park, which is a perfect example that awareness and sustainable...

Recreational Pathways in the National Capital - An Evolving Legacy

Looks at the historical context and the design approach of the Capital Region's extensive network of multiuse pathways that allow several...

Rosemère, Our Health Vision

Looks at measures the municipality has taken to favour better lifestyles and environmental protection, including the choice to meet this...

Singapore - A City in a Garden

Looks at Community Gardens in Singapore, and their growth, as well as identifying champions of the movement. Presentation from the...

The Celestial Gardens of Fleurons du Québec

This presentation looks at these theme gardens, located at the heart of 19 municipalities, which represent the planets of our solar system...

Toda Urban Development and Green Flower

This presentation looks at examples of urban development in the Toda, such as recycling and composting, rooftop gardens, eco-energy, and...

Tournament Capital Program

Looks at Kamloops' Tournament Capital Program, which results in sport and recreation facilities that are the best in all of Canada for...

Vibrant Communities - Vibrant Region - Growing Together - Edmonton Capital Region

Co-presenter: Greg Krischke, Mayor of the City of LeducThis presentation shows bold images from the Edmonton Capital Region, whcih...
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