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Recording: Graham Singh Speaks About Re-Purposing Historic Churches and Urban Architecture

Wednesday, December 23, 2020 11:33 AM | ADRIA Membership (Administrator)

On December 21, 2020 Graham Singh of Trinity Centres Foundation (TCF) joined the Canadian Club of Edmonton to discuss re-purposing historic churches and cherished urban architecture for a brighter future as community & cultural hubs. Please see the recording below as Graham and Paul Conway discuss:

Social purpose real estate: a post-COVID future for Canada

Theatres, museums, schools, hospitals, parks and churches: hit hard by COVID-19 and the awkward story no one talks about. As shocks flow through our retail, commercial and residential sectors, what about those physical places whose ownership is truly in common? What plans are being made across Canada's social and charitable sector for a recovery? How will we navigate these properties and their potential for social impact?  What signs of hope might Edmonton, Calgary & Alberta look for as we chart a pathway beyond COVID-19?

Graham Singh is a graduate of the London School of Economics, Anglican Church minister, researcher and founding CEO of the Trinity Centres Foundation (TCF), a new national charity aimed at giving a renewed community vocation to Canada's heritage church properties. A native of Guelph, Singh now lives in Montreal with his wife CĂ©line and 3 children where he also leads one of that city's oldest yet most widely shared heritage church buildings (St Jax). TCF delivers strategic consulting support to dozens of land-owning congregations across Canada, including Edmonton's McDougall United Church and Calgary's Bow Valley Christian Church. Published across Canada, Singh is a thought leader on the area of Environmental, Social, and Corporate Governance (ESG or impact investment), a growing area of focus for Canada's philanthropic foundations and institutional investors alike.


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