Year

2018

WFP Column: Street Smart

Duets: Street Smart - Issue of public safety takes intricate, and often intimate, approach From inspired entrepreneurs fullto the brim with ideas for our city to the many pop-up shops that have emerged in our downtown. From the corner coffee shop to the local body shop, design is everywhere. DUETS is an exclusive Winnipeg Free Press series that ...

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Media Release: HTFC Planning & Design receives two CSLA National Awards and a Spirit of Winnipeg Award win

Winnipeg, MB – HTFC Planning & Design is honoured to be the first prairie firm to receive the prestigious Jury’s Award of Excellence and a National Award from the Canadian Society of Landscape Architects (CSLA) for Upper Fort Garry Provincial Park. The firm also shares in a National Award with NVision Insight Group for the Kinngaaluk ...

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The Kenora Wayfinding Signage Project

The Wayfinding Signage project, a phase of the Kenora Revitalization Plan, aims to make City travel easy for both residents and tourists travelling by car, bus, bike, on foot, and even by boat! The first phase of implementation of the wayfinding plan is complete. The design reinforces the clean lines and rustic touches that have become synonymous ...

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Cumberland Corridor

In late winter, the Spence Neighbourhood Association (SNA) retained HTFC to assist with the planning and design work for an envisioned Cumberland Corridor (Maryland Street to Balmoral Street). The intention was to produce a conceptual plan for park space along the corridor, based on feedback from the community and stakeholders.The Cumberland ...

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Halifax Common Master Plan

Over 250 years ago, King George III granted 235 acres of pastureland in the heart of Halifax “for the use of the inhabitants of the Town of Halifax forever.”   The form and function of Canada’s oldest urban park has continuously evolved since these early days, the priorities and lifestyles of each generation leaving traces in the landscape ...

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