Winners – 201

Great Place and People’s Choice
  • Cape Forchu Lighthouse

    Yarmouth, Nova Scotia

    WINNER – Public Space

    “Cape Forchu Lighthouse, a historic nautical icon, has a magical 19-acre seaside setting. The local community and visitors enjoy accessing the functioning lighthouse and participating in on-site activities such as Dump Day (a tribute to the local lobster fishery), tending the community gardens, and sharing in social activities either formal or informal.”

  • Osborne Street

    Winnipeg, Manitoba

    People’s Choice – Street

  • Osborne Village

    Winnipeg, Manitoba

    WINNER – Neighbourhood


    Osborne Village has evolved into a vibrant mixed use neighbourhood. Near downtown, this century old and densely populated community is filled with character, boasting a pedestrian-oriented and transit-supportive urban form that offers a unique collection of restaurants and shops

  • Queen Street

    Fredericton, New Brunswick

    WINNER – Street


    What makes Queen Street great is its mixture of eclectic design and users. As Fredericton’s original street, it contains historical buildings, open spaces, unique shops and people friendly sidewalks, providing the ideal setting for a wide range of community activities. It can adapt to a city’s ever changing needs without losing its character.

  • South March Highlands

    Ottawa, Ontario

    People’s Choice – Public Space

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  • Woodfield

    London, Ontario

    People’s Choice – Neighbourhood

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