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Fall 2008

Fall 2008 Planning for Diversity in Canada

Fall 2008 Planning for Diversity in Canada

Planning for Diversity in Canada Planning for Diversity in Canada: From Rhetoric to Action by Amy Siciliano and Norma Rantisi An..

October 28, 2008

Healing Abandonment: When Houses Have No People and People Have No Houses, Use it or Lose it

by Shiri Pasternak and David Wachsmuth In Detroit, which is choking on tens of thousands of abandoned properties, the housing abandonment..

October 3, 2008

Citizen Hall: Reclaiming City Hall for the People

by Ryan Hayes How can we, as residents of Toronto, transform Toronto City Hall—the city bureaucracy’s democratic core—into a..

October 3, 2008

Indigeneity: A Cornerstone of Diversity Planning in Canadian Cities

by Ryan Walker Understanding and realizing the urban aspirations of Canada’s Aboriginal (Indigenous) peoples (i.e., First Nations, Métis..

October 3, 2008

An Alternative Tale of the City: Toronto and the Alternative Planning Group

by Uzma Shakir A trip on Toronto Transit (known locally as the T.T.C.) draws a pretty picture of the city of Toronto and the image of..

October 3, 2008
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