Lecture

Accessing the River: Dream or Reality?

City Talks

Living on a fluvial archipelago composed of hundreds of islands, residents of Montreal and the surrounding metropolitan region increasingly see access to the river and other bodies of water as having a positive impact on their quality of life and the city’s identity. How can we reconcile this urban and environmental trend with the challenges involved in accessing the river?

MODERATOR

SPEAKERS

  • Pierre M. Valiquette, Landscape architect, environmental planner
  • Nathalie BoucherDirector and researcher, REsPIRE
  • Mikael St-Pierre, Urban planner and project and development manager, Montréal Urban Ecology Centre

EPISODE SUMMARY

  • 1:00 : Introduction by Dinu Bumbaru
  • 9:00 : Pierre M. Valiquette
  • 21:35 : Nathalie Boucher
  • 34:30 : Mikael St-Pierre
  • 44:50 : Question period
  • 1:26:10 : Conclusion by Dinu Bumbaru

YOUR OPINION MATTERS!

We are interested in knowing the topics that interest Montrealers. Submit themes for the next City Talks series by writing to us at echanges.urbains@mccord-stewart.ca

CITY TALKS SERIES

For a seventh consecutive year, the City Talks series will bring together city thinkers and builders to discuss current practical urban issues affecting Montrealers. The talks will be introduced by Suzanne Sauvage, President and Chief Executive Officer of the McCord Museum, and moderated by Dinu Bumbaru, Policy Director of Heritage Montreal..

No reservations are required, but seating is limited.
Museum Members have the privilege of reserving their seat at membership@mccord-stewart.ca and Heritage Montreal members can do so at contact@heritagemontreal.org.

2018-19 PROGRAM