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Fostering Active Transportation In School Communities: A Literature Review And Case Study Of A Suburban Toronto High School
Active transportation is a growing area of interest in planning, particularly in relation to young people, who are walking and cycling considerably less throughout North America than in previous decades. Approaches to ...
Planning, Politics and the Media in Detroit
Over the past few decades, Detroit was hit with a number of challenges including deindustrialization and outsourcing, as well as two major riots, which many argue that Detroit never fully recovered from, as social and ...
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 ...
'The public' and planning in Toronto
As both a science and an art, planning is regulated by public policy, concerned with shaping and guiding the physical growth and arrangement of natural and built environments. Within these environments what is considered ...
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 ...