Next Steps

We didn’t write the Canadian City Parks Report so it can sit on a virtual shelf—we want it to be used.

To help put the report’s learnings into practice, we have developed a training session designed for municipal staff teams and park professionals, and will be hosting webinars and other learning opportunities centred around the stories in this report in 2022. To stay in touch about these, please subscribe to our newsletter. You can also follow us on Twitter at @park_people. If you’re interested in a custom workshop, you can find more information here.

You can find video recordings as well as key take-aways from past Canadian City Parks Report webinars on our website, including sessions on climate justice, homelessness, community programming, small-scale biodiversity projects, and more.

If your city was not included in this year’s report and you would like to see it included in 2023, please get in touch. We’re always looking for new cities to join.

Finally, we’d love to hear from you, whether you’re a community member, city staff, or park professional. How have you used the report? What stories or data resonated most? What could we improve for next year? Please take 5 minutes to fill out this feedback form, or send us an email to book a conversation with our research team.

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