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* 2. Which of the following best describes you?

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* 3. What is your job title?

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* 4. Had you heard of Park People prior to reading the 2023 Canadian City Parks Report (CCPR)?

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* 5. After reading the 2023 Canadian City Parks Report, how much do you agree with the following statements?

  Strongly agree Somewhat agree Neither agree nor disagree Somewhat disagree Strongly disagree
I gained access to new tools and resources to advocate for innovative approaches to growing challenges

(e.g. new park typologies and naturalized areas, encampment strategies, funding arrangements, etc.)
I learned about success stories and leading practices to advance equity in city parks

(e.g. creative approaches to park programming, partnerships, policy development, funding arrangements, etc.)
I am more informed about the current state of Canadian city parks

(i.e. the current trends and challenges in Canadian city parks)
I know more about the health, community, and environmental benefits of parks
I have a deeper understanding of the equity issues related to parks

(e.g. Indigenous reconciliation, houselessness, inequities in access to nature, etc.)

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* 6. How do you see yourself applying the Canadian City Parks Report in your work?

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* 7. We are committed to making the Canadian City Parks Report as accessible as possible. In this year’s report we interviewed over 40 municipal staff and surfaced 10 key insights exploring how addressing conflict and reframing challenges as opportunities can create more equitable and sustainable parks. We also included a case study library featuring inspiring projects, people, and policies across Canada that offer tangible solutions to the most pressing challenges facing city parks.

How does this new format compare to the previous editions of the Canadian City Parks Report?

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* 8. Please provide more information about your answer to the previous question

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* 9. Anything else you'd like us to know (e.g. case studies you particularly enjoyed, data you’d like to be collected, topics you'd like to see covered in next year's report)?

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