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Gentrification In Scarborough: A Case Study Of The Markham And Ellesmere (me) Living Revitalization
Aiming to compete on a global level, local governments have become heavily invested in the development process. Encouraging gentrification through political terms such as revitalization, smart growth, and regeneration, ...
Planning for Housing and Food Security with Sustainable Design
Despite the social and economic success in Canada, both housing and food are recognized as important issues that are without a comprehensive framework that identifies the intersections between the two. Currently, there is ...
Ageing In Toronto: Barriers In The Planned Environment
The world's urban populations are ageing rapidly and there is a pressing need to examine the needs and experiences of older adults in the city. There is additionally a crucial need to understand the pointedly gendered ...