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Shared Responsibility: Building Healthy Communities in Winnipeg's North End
The purpose of this study was to explore the perceptions of inner-city residents and service providers and represent their ideas about building healthy communities. The term “inner city” is often associated with a variety ...
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 ...
A comparative overview of population and housing trends in rural and urban Canada
(Institute of Urban Studies, 1992)
Major themes in the evolution of Canadian rental housing policy, 1900-1984
(Institute of Urban Studies, 1985)
Inner city housing study : interim report
(Institute of Urban Studies, 1978)
The case of Manitoba : notes for an address delivered Friday, April 3,1970 to Canadian Association for the Social Studies Annual Convention
(Institute of Urban Studies, 1970)
Literature Review on Issues and Needs of Aboriginal People
This literature review identifies the needs, issues and service gaps facing Aboriginal people1 living in, or moving to, urban municipalities, and helps municipal governments develop strategies to address these needs, forge ...
Building the Economy on Community Capacities: the Spence Neighbourhood
The objectives of the Capacity Inventory Project were to identify capacities of residents of the Spence Neighbourhood; to develop a system connecting the capacity of residents and community- based organizations to organizations ...