Evolving Geographies of Immigration in Vancouver
Evolving Geographies of Immigration in Vancouver: History and Horizons at the Museum of Vancouver is an evening of practice-based reflection that will explore the impact of immigration to Vancouver. It’s being held in connection with Immigrant Services Society of BC (ISSofBC) and their celebration of 40 years of service and impact in Vancouver.
A diverse panel of innovators, practitioners, and researchers—including Gregory Henriquez, Geoff Meggs, Kathy Sherell, and Daniel Hiebert—will lead the dialogue on how immigration has shaped Vancouver’s evolution by presenting insights from their respective design, policy, and empirical perspectives.
The dialogue takes place Wednesday, November 28, at 6:30 pm at the Museum of Vancouver. It’s free, but you can RSVP online here.