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Examining Equity and Sustainability in the Green Line Park Proposal: The Limits of Progressive Planning in the Post-industrial Parks Movement
The Green Line is a proposal to transform the hydro corridor that runs between the intersections of Landsdowne and Davenport to Macphearson and Dupont, into a five kilometer continuous park and trail network by using ...
Yes In My Backyard: Planning For The Development of Contentious Infrastructure
Waste management is a prevalent and highly contentious issue in modern society. People are often very sensitive about decisions on where and how municipalities choose to dispose of their waste. While it is generally ...
Redevelopment Of The Centre For Addiction And Mental Health: Do Images Speak Louder Than Words?
Since the advent of modern medicine and the isolation of "disease of the mind" (Prichard, 1837), specialized institutions for psychiatric care have sought to aid in treating such debilitating conditions, often with an eye ...
Affordability, Transit, And Housing: A Case Study Of Vivanext On Yonge Street In Richmond Hill And Newmarket
The GTA has experienced population growth in the past decade, and the majority of this growth is attributed to immigration. As municipalities push for more sustainable ways to travel, it is crucial that it is done in a ...