#CityResolve is an initiative conceived by the Toronto Urban Land Institute, a non-profit focused on fostering discussions around responsible land use and city building, along with creating and sustaining thriving communities. #CityResolve brings Torontonians together with the common goal of making our (your) City a better place. This year, we want to focus on home. “What Makes Toronto,” well.. Toronto? Is it the people? The places? The groups, the music, the ideas? We want to hear from you!
The campaign will run between January 8 and 11, 2018. A ticket to ULI’s Provincial Leaders’ Reception with Premier Kathleen Wynne will be awarded to a daily winner throughout the campaign and a selection of products from The Drake General Store and Drake Commissary will be awarded on Monday, January 15, 2018 to one grand prize winner. For your chance to win:
- Post about a person/place/group/thing/idea that you think “Makes Toronto” and/or the GTA on Instagram, Facebook or Twitter
- Tag a friend and challenge them to do the same
- Include the #CityResolve hashtag
Is it diversity? Your favorite park? The lack of access to affordable housing? You can be as broad or narrow, positive or negative as you want and feel free to include an image or link.
A core element of #CityResolve is the “what if” and the “what can be.” We often focus on seeing where our city will go but this year; we want to focus on what makes Toronto what it is today. By understanding what makes Toronto, we can challenge ourselves to recognize what the city needs to keep doing and what we need to change.
*To be entered to win, entrants are required to tag a friend and use #CityResolve. Images and links are not required for entry. Posts, which we deem abusive to an individual or a group of people, will be excluded. Grand prize winner will be chosen at random.
About ULI Toronto: The Urban Land Institute (www.uli.org) is a non-profit education and research institute supported by its members. ULI Toronto is part of a global network of real estate and land development professionals with a mission to provide leadership and a forum for discussion around city building and responsible use of land and in sustaining and creating thriving communities worldwide. ULI Toronto carries forth that mission by serving the Greater Toronto Region’s public and private sectors with pragmatic land use expertise and education.