Civic Hall Toronto events showcase examples of civic innovation, and provide opportunities for members to network, learn and work together. Some events are exclusive to members, while others are open to the public.
Since all of our events will be taking place online for the foreseeable future, we're opening some of them up to the public – including this one! Our Member Mornings are monthly events meant to provide space for Civic Hall Toronto members to showcase innovative work, discuss common challenges and questions, and share best practices. Stay tuned for details on who will be presenting at this Member Morning! This Member Morning will be taking place over Google Meet – the…Find out more »
This is the first of two workshops on human-centered design – this part focuses on user research and synthesis. Led by design strategist Meghan Hellstern, this session is intended for public servants at all levels who are interested in learning more about the mindset and methods of design thinking and human-centered design (HCD). This introductory course is built for those who are new to this exciting set of tools and techniques that can help surface critical insights, unlock new value…Find out more »
Join our virtual Office Hours to learn about what's happening in Toronto's civic tech and innovation scene. Our monthly Office Hours are meant to create connections between people inside and outside government. Each Office Hours shines a spotlight on a different organization, government team, or community project. Stay tuned for details on who will be presenting at our June edition of Office Hours! This event will be taking place over Google Meet – the link will be sent via email…Find out more »
This is the second of two workshops on human-centered design – this part focuses on ideation, prototyping and testing. Led by Meghan Hellstern, this session is intended for public servants at all levels who are interested in diving deeper into a critical set of practices under the human-centered design and design thinking umbrella: ideation, prototyping and testing. This course is built for participants with some basic knowledge of human-centered design as it will expose participants to more advanced practices that…Find out more »