Coming soon: Regeneration Forum 2019

Mark Your Calendars! HSC Regeneration Forum March 25-26, 2019 at the Marriott Eaton Centre, Toronto ON.

Following the success of the 2016 Conference, Defining a New Future, HSC is pleased to be hosting the next forum in the spring of 2019. This event is Canada’s leading professional housing conference for the revitalization of the community housing non-profit stock.

This two day marque event will bring together the non-profit sector, its leaders and housing professionals to learn, network and enhance their knowledge about innovative ways to revitalize their communities.

For those who are new to the sector, HSC’s Regeneration Forums are focused on thinking big and generating new strategies of revitalizing Canadian housing and communities. We bring together a cross-sectoral gathering of community housing providers and housing administrators, sector organizations, developers, planners,  financial enablers, policy makers, and housing leaders across Canada. Since 2012, the Forums have featured speakers from across Canada and the world who have shared their practical expertise on the nuts and bolts of regeneration.

Stay tuned for more details, including registration and hotel booking information.

To be notified with updates about this event, click here.

You can view videos, presentations and audio recordings from previous Regeneration Forums on this website.

The Sustainable Housing Asset Resource Exchange (SHARE) continues to provide learning opportunities and interactive dialogue for the sector on popular themes from the Regeneration Forums. Visit our SHARE Events (Webinar Series and Innovation Series) for all the presentations, recordings and resources.

Our calendar of events in 2018 are:

Webinar Series

SHARE is aimed at key asset renewal issues facing the social and affordable housing sector and provides a collection of numerous resources, publications and tools gathered from the sector to share what is taking place in Ontario, Canada and internationally. Visit our Online Resource Hub

EOA Resource Centre
Building Capacity
Community Revitalization