SN108 - Canada’s National Housing Strategy (NHS): Leading to a New Generation of Sustainable and Accessible Housing (CMHC)

Wednesday, November 28 from 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM « Back

Add To My Seminar List Seminar Added


Early Bird Price: $105 | Regular Price: $115

The National Housing Strategy is a 10-year, $40-billion plan that will give more Canadians a place to call home. It promotes diverse communities and is creating a new generation of housing that is sustainable, accessible, mixed-income, mixed-use and fully integrated into the community – close to transit, close to work, and close to public services. The National Housing Strategy is truly a national project, built by and for Canadians. The success of our plan requires collaboration from many partners. In this session, you’ll learn how you can be part of delivering on this vision – through financial incentives, research-based insights and advice from experts who have implemented sustainable and accessible housing.

Opening Remarks & The National Housing Strategy (NHS) Vision
Learn about a new generation of housing that is sustainable, accessible, mixed-income and mixed-use.
Caroline Sanfaçon, Vice President, Affordable Housing Investments and Lending

The National Housing Strategy Toolbox
Learn more through this primer on the NHS Programs, Initiatives, Incentives and design requirements.

Anthony Adrien, Affordable Housing Consultant, Affordable Housing Client Solutions, Ontario Business Centre, Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation

The Business Case for Sustainable and Accessible Multi-Unit Residential Buildings
Learn vital lessons through case studies of completed projects.

Anthony Adrien, Affordable Housing Consultant, Affordable Housing Client Solutions, Ontario Business Centre, Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation

Sustainable Housing Panel
Draw inspiration from our panel of housing experts as they engage in conversation and share lessons learned through implementing sustainable design.

Moderator:
Raouf Chehaiber, Senior Researcher, Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation
Panel:
Graham Cubitt, Director of Projects & Development, Indwell
Danny Pearl, Co-Founder, L’OEUF – L‘office d’éclectisme urbain et fonctionnel

Accessible and Universal Design Housing
Gain valuable insights into the latest codes, innovative bylaws and advances across Canada and close to home. We’ll also demystify perceptions about how much these features cost.

Moderator:
Jamie Shipley, Knowledge Mobilization, Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation
Panel:
Bob Topping, President, DesignABLE Environments Inc.
Anna Kwon, Architect, Universal Design consultant, Société Logique
Jacob Cohen, Vice President of Project Implementation, The Daniels Corporation

Closing Remarks

Sponsored by:



Credits:

BOMI 0
BSSO 0
OAA 3


Education Tracks: Apartment & Condominium Management, Professional Skills | Strategy & Leadership

Event Type: Session > Session


 
x