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Celebrating Female Filmmakers

2019 ZONTA Film Festival

The ZONTA Film Festival (ZFF) showcases courageous, powerful and though-provoking films that are directed and produced by women.

During the 2019 festival, we were able to provide 50 students with festival passes to view a series of documentaries and films to continue to spark creativity amongst our youth in Waterloo Region.

Princess Cinemas, Waterloo, ON

Creative Capital of Canada

The Creative Capital of Canada is a movement of community and business leaders seeking to celebrate and extend the lineage of problem solving creativity within Waterloo Region. 100 years ago, creative minds turned our community into an industrial powerhouse. Another generation led our transition into the innovation economy. This is our “creative lineage” and HIP believes we have a responsibility to keep it alive and build creative confidence in a new generation of talent who call Waterloo Region home. Join us.

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Panoramic view of central shell cluster and flanking canopies, Meander, Cambridge, Canada, 2020.  Courtesy of Philip Beesley Studio Inc./Living Architecture Systems Group.

“MEANDER” – THE LARGEST LIVING ARCHITECTURE IN THE WORLD

HIP Developments and the city of Cambridge unveil "Meander"- The largest living architecture sculpture in the world, by Philip Beesley. Panoramic view of central shell cluster and flanking canopies, Meander, Cambridge, Canada, 2020.

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Circa 1877 Sculpture revealed

On Friday, July 17th, HIP Developments unveiled a new sculpture on the King Street frontage of its Circa 1877 condo project in uptown Waterloo.

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Housing Innovation Round Table

HIP is proud to be part of the Housing Innovation Round Table (HIRT), a collaborative group of real estate developers and Waterloo Region community leaders. HIRT seeks to…

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River Lines A congregation at play

“River Lines” will be a large interactive play area in the centre of Gaslight Square and it will mark the spot of the historic 1972 Grand River flood line at its peak.

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