CPTED ONTARIO 2013 CONFERENCE
Early registration rates extended until 14 October, 2013
“Creating Safe Cities within the City”
Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) Building,
88 The Pond Rd.,
October 30 and 31, 2013
Today’s city has evolved from a relatively simplistic collection of neighbourhoods to a much larger and more complex built form that more closely resembles a collection of “cities” within the city. One such example is York University, the site of this year’s CPTED Ontario conference. Learn how safety has become the watchword for large, complex urban environments and how Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design has and can play a definitive role in “Creating Safe Cities within the City”.
Eugene (Gene) E. Jones, Jr.
President and Chief Executive Officer, Toronto Community Housing
Gene Jones joined Toronto Community Housing on June 18, 2012 as President and Chief Executive Officer. Gene is a seasoned executive with more than 30 years of experience in public housing, non-profit housing, real estate development, finance and transportation. He offers unique experience in leading transformational change at public housing authorities, combining a broad base of knowledge in housing finance, operations and regulation with a strong commitment to tenants.
OTHER SPEAKERS include:
Chris Wong, Director of Transportation and Master Planning, York University Development Corporation (York University A Campus in the City PDF)
Dragan Spasojevic, Manager, Community Relations and Crime Prevention, York University
Edward Nicolucci, Acting Manager of Design, City of Mississauga
Eric Menezes, Streetlighting Supervisor, City of Mississauga.
Antonio Araujo, Director, Campus Operations and Interim Director, Special Constable Service, Wilfrid Laurier University (Creating a New Urban Campus in an Urban Downtown Core PDF)
James Yuhasz, Manager, Special Constable Service, Wilfrid Laurier University
Chris Hancocks, Operations Manager, Special Constable Service, Wilfrid Laurier University
Creating An Urban Place in the Heart of Mississauga PDF by Edward Nicolucci
Thorncliffe Park Women’s Committee presentation PDF by Sabina Ali
TTC Transit Terminal Design PDF by Ian Trites
|Comfort Inn North York||66 Norfinch Dr., Toronto||Ranvijay DhillonWestmount Hospitality Group1-866-259-3501www.hotelsnorthyork.com||$89.99 + tax(special group rate)||Complimentary b’fast, WIFI, parking. Free local calls. 5-8 minutes away.|
|Hilton Garden Inn||3201 Hwy. 7, Vaughan||905-660-4700www.hilton.com||$119.00||2.7 km from campus|
|Holiday Inn Express North York||30 Norfinch Dr., Toronto (next to Toronto Police 31 Division)||Ranvijay DhillonWestmount Hospitality Group416-665-3500www.hotelsnorthyork.com||$99.00 + tax(special group rate)||Complimentary b’fast, WIFI, parking. Free local calls.|
|Marriott (Vaughan)||150 Interchange Way, Vaughan||905-660-9938www.courtyard.vaughan.com||$125||4.9 km (8 mins.) from conference. Situated with the Interchange Complex (restaurants and theatres) and close to the Vaughan Mills shopping centre. In-house Fitness Centre, Starbucks, Bistro.|
|Monte Carlo Inn||704 Applewood Cres., Vaughan||1-800-363-6400905-761-7170http://www.montecarloinns.com/Vaughan-Suites/vaughan||$104.90/night(2 night stay less $10.00 for internet booking)||Close to the Vaughan Mills Shopping Centre.|
|Schulich School of Business||On campus||416-650-8300 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Please reference block number 537322 or the CPTED Ontario conference.||$$149.00 + taxes||Includes breakfast.|
|Super 8 Toronto North||3400 Steeles Ave. W., (east of Hwy 400), Toronto||905-760-2120||$72.00||2 km. from campus|
1 Conference rates are subject to change/availability.
Before Sept. 30, 2013
CPTED Ontario Members $200.00 $175.00
Non Members $250.00
Students $ 25.00*
Registration Deadline: October 24, 2013 *Does not include the Wednesday lunch
Payment Options: Cash, cheque or money order payable to CPTED Ontario in Cdn. Dollars. For CPTED Ontario Membership Information, click here.
For further information, contact Tom McKay at (905) 453-2121 ext. 4025 or email at:email@example.com
Please submit payment to (see the PDF flyer):
Attn: Tom McKay
7750 Hurontario Street
IMPORTANT: Due to the subway extension project some of the main arteries into York are under construction. Consider exiting Hwy. 400 on FINCH AVENUE and going EAST on Finch. Follow Finch to SENTINEL RD. Turn LEFT onto Sentinel and continue onto the campus.