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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 ...
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, ...