Brent Toderian, an expert in advanced urbanism, city planning, and urban design, established Toderian UrbanWorks in early 2012. He previously worked as chief planner of Vancouver, where he instituted new approaches for place making, green design, and architectural diversity. Brent is the founding president of the Council for Canadian Urbanism, a radio columnist on CBC, a member of Urban Land Institute’s advisory board, and a contributor to the Huffington Post, the Atlantic Cities, Planetizen, and Spacing.
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