Objectives and deliverables
Objective: Mobilize knowledge resources and tools to diverse audiences using accessible and inclusive formats.
- Knowledge mobilization to 250 Canadian pilot cities.
Working Group members
Project co-chair: Lindsay Telfer, Federation of Canadian Municipalities
Academic co-chair: Dr. Corrine Cash, Mount Allison University
Academic researcher: Dr. Mark Roseland, Simon Fraser University
Academic researcher: Dr. Amelia Clarke, University of Waterloo
Academic researcher: Dr. Laura Tozer, University of Toronto
Indigenous engagement advisor: Sara Anderson, University of Waterloo
Municipal representative: Ian McVey, Region of Durham
Municipal representative: Tim Moerman, City of Moncton
Become a pilot city
N-ZAP Working Group 5 is recruiting 250 Canadian pilot cities to use and adopt N-ZAP tools and resources, sign up here to get involved!