Private Rental Housing in Canada’s Four Largest Metropolitan Areas: Trends and Prospects
Authors: J. David Hulchanski
Editors: Sasha Tsenkova
This book provides a comparative perspective on housing and planning policies affecting the future of cities, focusing on people- and place-based outcomes using the nexus of planning, design and policy. A rich mosaic of case studies features good practices of city-led strategies for affordable housing provision, as well as individual projects capitalising on partnerships to build mixed-income housing and revitalise neighbourhoods. Twenty chapters provide unique perspectives on diversity of approaches in eight countries and 12 cities in Europe, Canada and the USA. Combining academic rigour with knowledge from critical practice, the book uses robust empirical analysis and evidence-based case study research to illustrate the potential of affordable housing partnerships for mixed-income, socially inclusive neighbourhoods as a model to rebuild cities.
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Halina Sapeha (2015).
Explaining variations in immigrants' satisfaction with their settlement experience
Journal of International Migration and Integration / Revue de l'integration et de la migration internationale , 891-910
Jean-Yves Duclos and Mathieu Pellerin (2015).
The evolution of hourly compensation in Canada between 1980 and 2010
CEDIA - Chaire de recherche Industrielle Alliance sur les enjeux économiques des changements démographiques
Qing Li and Arthur Sweetman (2014).
The quality of immigrant source country educational outcomes: Do they matter in the receiving country?
Labour Economics , 81-93
Flora I. Matheson, Rahim Moineddin, and Richard H. Glazier (2008).
The weight of place: A multilevel analysis of gender, neighborhood material deprivation, and body mass index among Canadian adults
Social Science and Medicine , 675-690
Brahim Boudarbat and Claude Montmarquette (2014).
Fréquence et évolution de la surqualification dans les régions métropolitaines de Montréal, Toronto et Vancouver
Valerie Preston, Natalie Weiser, Katharine King, Nancy Mandell, Ann H. Kim, and Meg Luxton (2014).
Worked to death: diverse experiences of economic security among older immigrants
Majid Taghavi, Grace Johnston, Robin Urquhart, David Henderson, Cheryl Tschupruk, and Beth Tupala (2021).
Workforce planning for community-based palliative care specialist teams using operations research
Journal of Pain and Symptom Management , 1012-1022.e4