City-building: who controls the future?

July 8, 2015
Cities and schools both grew at remarkable rates over the last sixty years. This growth produced tremendous opportunity, wealth, and change. It also planted the seeds of future problems. How can cities move, house, and employ unprecedented numbers of people? How can universities stay relevant in the face of relentless competition and online disruption? Simple: they cooperate to create attractive, dynamic places that attract and retain people. Stantec’s Nancy MacDonald and Léo Lejeune explain.
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