Montreal Schools: Too Little, Too Late?
Lecture presented on March 13, 2019
In spite of the city’s growing need for schools to address issues of urban development and quality of life, the number, condition and conﬁguration of Montreal’s schools leave much to be desired. How can we deal with the major problems of overcrowded classrooms, regional inequalities and disrepair? What role can architecture and urban planning play?
- Dinu Bumbaru, Policy Director of Héritage Montréal
- Claudine Déom, Associate Professor, École d’architecture, Université de Montréal
- Catherine Harel Bourdon, President, Commission scolaire de Montréal
- Marc André Carignan, Commentator on urban development, Radio-Canada and Kollectif
- 1:00 : Introduction by Dinu Bumbaru
- 6:18 : Question period
- 52:04 : Conclusion by Dinu Bumbaru
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- January 30, 2019 at 6 p.m.: Industrial Sites: Abandonment or Conversion?
- March 13, 2019 at 6 p.m.: Montreal Schools: Too Little, Too Late?
- May 1, 2019 at 6 p.m.: Accessing the River: Dream or Reality?