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Disturbing the Balance: Exploring the Implications of Employment Land Conversions in the City of Toronto
The aim of this paper is to explore and understand the implications of employment land conversions in the City of Toronto, and in particular its impact on housing affordability. The municipal government has attempted to ...
The Evolution Of Trade Policy On Gmos In Europe
The European Union has a reputation for holding strict genetically modified (GM) safety standards. Yet, there seems to be some dispute about it being a barrier to trade. There are political questions about how public ...
Simulating The Evacuation Of Students Attending Classes At The York University's Keele Campus
Since 1901, Canada has recorded over a thousand disasters (CDD, 2015). Ontario, a province possessing the highest number of incidents and evacuations, has adapted and learned from these experiences. The Emergency Movement ...
Closing The Planning Gap: Towards 100% Renewable Energy Communities
As municipalities in Canada seek out ways in which to address the issues related to climate change, urbanization, and increase in population, energy is an ever-increasing concern. It's connection to land use, urban forms ...