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DEEP Objectives and Process

Objective: Designing Enabling Economies Policies (DEEP) is an annual event to dig more deeply into emerging complex or “wicked” problems and opportunities that require multi-perspectival collaboration and insights from a diversity of participants, especially participants who may be left out of but profoundly affected by decisions.

Format and process: Interactive pleanary sessions that invite all to participate. It is assumed that attendees accept the goal of inclusion and the importance of inclusive participation and will contribute to a meaningful debate about innovative strategies to accomplish this goal. Information about successes and failures will be recognized as equally important. Sessions are designed to facilitate the greatest interaction possible.

Participants: Anyone concerned with and interested in proactively creating a more inclusive and diversity-supportive society.

Location

Cooper Koo YMCA

Location: Cooper Koo YMCA
461 Cherry Street
Toronto, ON M5A 0H7
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Getting to Cooper Koo YMCA by TTC

The 504 King streetcar stops right in front of the Cooper Koo YMCA at 461 Cherry Street. The 504 King streetcars are low-floor accessible.

Learn more about route 504 King route at the TTC web Site

Parking Near Cooper Koo YMCA

  • 125 Mill Street Carpark 290 Parking Lot
  • 33 Mill St Parking Lot
  • 500 Richmond St E Parking Lot
  • 25 Derby St Parking Lot
  • 440-460 Queen St E Parking Lot
  • 44 Trinity St Parking Garage
  • 33 Hahn Place Parking Lot
  • 95 Berkeley St Parking Lot

Toronto

Toronto is the largest city in Canada and the provincial capital of Ontario. It is an exciting, multicultural, urban centre located on the northwestern shore of Lake Ontario. Its population is one of the most diverse in the world, with nearly all of the world’s culture groups represented and where more than 100 languages and dialects are spoken!

To check out what’s generating a buzz in our city right now, new exhibitions, restaurants, concerts or fantastic food from around the world go to blogto.com.

For the official word on the city, visit the City of Toronto website at toronto.ca/about_toronto.

Hotel and Transportation

Planning your trip

Accessibility information is available at Wheelmap, accessnow, or  AXS Maps.

Hotels

Local hotels are:

Toronto Transportation

Public Transit to Cooper Koo YMCA

The Cooper Koo YMCA is on the accessible King Street 504 Line.

 

Parking near 49 McCaul

If you are driving, paid parking is available near the University at:

      • McCaul Street Village by the Grange Underground Parking
      • 65-127 St Patrick St Garage
      • Impark Parking, 206 Simcoe St

Parking near Cooper Koo YMCA, 461 Cherry Street

Public transit to Cooper Koo YMCA is very good but if you are driving, paid parking is avialable at:

 

DEEP Registration

We’re sorry! DEEP Registration isn’t available yet, but you can put your name on our communications lists.

Please use the contact form link below to recieve Digging DEEPer Workshop Series and DEEP 2020 emails.

There is no cost for DEEP events, though all attendees must register so we can prepare for you. Please let us know in the registration form if you have any dietary or accessibility needs we should know about for your participation.

DEEP Planning sessions and Digging DEEPer Workshops contact Form.

About Toronto

Toronto is the largest city in Canada and the provincial capital of Ontario. It is an exciting, multicultural, urban centre located on the northwestern shore of Lake Ontario. Toronto’s population is one of the most diverse in the world with nearly all of the world’s culture groups represented and where more than 100 languages and dialects are spoken!

To check out what’s generating a buzz (and what’s hip) in our city right now, new exhibitions, restaurants, concerts or fantastic food from around the world go to blogto.com

For the official word on the city, visit the City of Toronto website at www.toronto.ca/about_toronto/.