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What is the current state of Complete Streets in Canada? How have we diverged from the US? Join us to find out!

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The City of St Albert has recently begun the process of developing Complete Streets guidelines and an implementation strategy.

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The City of St Albert

After 18 months of construction, this iconic Vancouver bridge was reopened on October 21, 2017.

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Photo by SUKHWANT SINGH DHILLON

Main Street, Ottawa, is the most recent street profiled on our growing list of Complete Streets examples. This two-year long extensive redevelopment is the first major arterial road within the City of Ottawa to be converted into a Complete Street.

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Hansonthebike: http://hansonthebike.com/

Recent updates for Ontario, Québec, and the Maritimes to the Complete Streets for Canada map added new 24 municipalities with Complete Streets policies or approaches.

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La Ville de Québec

TCAT launches a new book showcasing Complete Street transformations in the Toronto Area

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Tamara Nahal
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