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Gauging Games Engagement

Hi. We’re the Gauging Games project. Students from digital media and video gaming, with backgrounds as diverse as international policy, economics, comparative philosophy and competitive rowing,  started thinking about values in and learned from gaming.  Brock and Dave wanted to … Continue reading

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We’re Renovating

 The Centre for Dialogue offices in SFU Harbour Centre are undergoing renovations to create a new hub for dialogue programming and community engagement. Between now and mid-August, you can find us in our temporary offices: Room 2910 (Centre for Dialogue … Continue reading

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Georgia Straight Features Dialogue Students’ Bike Repair Station

The Georgia Straight has featured a project from the spring CityStudio cohort that is helping Vancouver to meet its Greenest City 2020 sustainability goals. Students Emily Louie, Kevin Chan, Ryan Trasolini, and Andrea Sanchez implemented two public bike repair stations … Continue reading

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HomesNow Recommends Action on Affordable Housing

HomesNow has released a report outlining the barriers municipalities must overcome to create affordable housing for residents with low to mid-level incomes in Greater Vancouver. These include competing demands for municipal funding, disagreements about government jurisdiction, and a lack of … Continue reading

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Dave Meslin a Catalyst for Public Participation

Dave Meslin and the Centre for Dialogue have sparked a discussion about public participation in civic affairs. As the feature guest for the 2013 Bruce and Lis Welch Community Dialogue, Meslin worked with members of the Mayor’s Engaged City Task … Continue reading

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Mayor’s Engaged City Taskforce wants to hear your ideas

The Mayor’s Engaged City Taskforce wants to hear your ideas – big and small – to help answer the question in these three campaigns and to improve the City’s role in creating a more engaged community. Your ideas and comments … Continue reading

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