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.
Civic Hall Toronto's Office Hours are an opportunity to connect with public servants about the issues you care about. Our office hours are open and are meant to create connections between people inside and outside government, so that we can share with and learn from each other. Staff from our government member teams* will be available in person during the event. Curious about what's happening on a specific issue? Got a burning question? A project idea you'd like to share? Drop by…Find out more »
Led by Design Strategist Meghan Hellstern, this workshop will introduce you to human-centered design – a mindset and process for creative problem-solving. This session is intended for public servants and others working in public good contexts 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,…Find out more »
The Centre for Social Innovation is hosting its Member Summit on February 26 at 1:45pm! The Summit is a members-only event designed to help you accelerate your work and maximize your CSI experience. You'll meet amazing like-minded people, build strategic connections, find solutions to your needs and find others who have needs you'll be able to solve; it will be awesome! Learn more and RSVP with CSI here.Find out more »
How can data be used to help make Toronto a better place to live? On July 10, Civic Hall Toronto is hosting a public discussion exploring the role of data in public policy and civic tech. Learn about initiatives from the public, private and non-profit sectors that are using data to drive smarter decision-making and build better public-facing services. Our speakers will also provide their own perspectives on how data literacy and open data can support better collaboration between sectors…Find out more »
Join Civic Hall Toronto on December 5 for a conversation on the intersection of technology and resident engagement. As residents increasingly interact with municipal services online – from signing up for recreation programs to paying bills – it’s important that these digital services are seamless and accessible to the millions of residents using them. This means building them with residents, not for residents. For the conclusion of Civic Hall Toronto’s event series on resident engagement, we’ll be spotlighting the work…Find out more »