What will our cities look like after the pandemic?

If you live in a city – and more than 80 per cent of Canadians do – you’ve seen some strange things this year: Empty buses at rush hour or restaurant patios set up on busy thoroughfares. Small changes are just the start of the transformation we’ll likely see as the pandemic affects the way we think about Canada’s urban areas: what we value about them, what needs to change and how they can they can thrive in the decades to come. This series considers how the pandemic is changing our cities.

What will our cities look like after the pandemic?