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The Divided Prairie City: Income Inequality Among Winnipeg's Neighbourhoods, 1970-2010
This book brings twelve experts on Winnipeg to talk about the people, places, and spaces, impacted by a growing gap between rich and poor neighbourhoods. We add a geographic perspective to the recent conversations about ...
Holding On!: Supporting Successful Tenancies for the Hard to House
The following report assembles a preliminary examination of eviction prevention approaches used across Canada (also known as housing retention practices). The particular focus was to better understanding how persons ...
Downtown Winnipeg: Developments and Investments, 2005-2015 UPDATE
(Institute of Urban Studies, 2015-11-23)
This UPDATE revisits our previous downtown Winnipeg work, bringing the analysis to 2015. We have re-catalogued and mapped developments with improved information, taking note of new development planned while removing a few ...
Localized Approaches to Ending Homelessness: Indigenizing Housing First.
(Institute of Urban Studies, 2019-08)
At Home in Winnipeg: Localizing Housing First as a Culturally Responsive Approach to Understanding and Addressing Urban Indigenous Homelessness
(Institute of Urban Studies, 2018-08)
Sustaining a Living, Inclusive and Creative City
This project linked the Institute of Urban Studies with the broader community in Winnipeg and Saskatoon for the purpose of participating in the World Expo 2010 in Shanghai, the theme of which is "Better City, Better Life." ...
Winnipeg Downtown Profile
(Institute of Urban Studies, 2017-07)
The Winnipeg Downtown Profile carries out an analysis of demographic and housing market factors that may influence the need for incentives in the downtown Winnipeg housing market. This report informs CentreVenture’s ...
Going Old School: Activism Reborn in Winnipeg's Inner City
In our first In-Brief discussion, IUS and Mike Maunder team up to explore a longstanding issue facing a local Winnipeg high school trying to secure much needed green space. In this brief discussion, what emerges is a story ...
Churchill Sustainability Planning Framework (CSPF)
(Institute of Urban Studies, 2011-02)
e current report is the Churchill Sustainability Planning Framework (CSPF) which sets out the Vision, Values and Priorities for making Churchill a more sustainable community, and provides a “toolkit” for moving these ...
Confronting the Illusion: Developing a Method to Identify Food Mirages and Food Deserts in Winnipeg
(Institute of Urban Studies, 2016-06)
This In-Brief develops a new method to identify both food deserts and food mirages to broaden the understanding of barriers individuals face in accessing food. We find that while food deserts exist in Winnipeg, food mirages ...