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A study of the community schools concept : the Fort Rouge experiment
(Institute of Urban Studies, 1978)
Exurban housing development in the Winnipeg-Selkirk corridor
(Institute of Urban Studies, 1977)
Urban Dakota: Quality of Life Indicators Project, Phase 1 Final Report
The Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs (AMC) Research and Policy Development (RPD) Unit applied to the Winnipeg Inner-City Research Alliance (WIRA) to examine the urban experience of two of the First Peoples in central Canada – ...
The evolving urban land tenure system in Canada
(Institute of Urban Studies, 1985)
Cities in the 21st century : a retrospective analysis
(Institute of Urban Studies, 1986)
Exploring Housing-Induced Poverty among Middle-Income Canadian Households
This report began by exploring the concept of working poverty. It was determined at the outset that while much work had been done on the traditional working poor – that is those low earning “working households” – little ...
The Citizen and neighborhood renewal : a collection of working papers on planning with people in the inner city
(Institute of Urban Studies, 1972-01-01)
This report is designed primarily to be of assistance to those involved in the act of renewing or developing our cities, whether elected politician, civic administrator, professional advisor, community organizer or ordinary ...
Winnipeg's core area : an assessment of conditions affecting law enforcement : a study for the Winnipeg Police Commission
(Institute of Urban Studies, 1975)
Community Distress Towards a National Measure
(Policy Research and Coordination Directorate, Human Resources and Skills Development Canada, 2008-01)
This report developed and tested a proposed Canadian Distress Index (CDI) model capable of exploring distress across and within Canadian cities. The proposed index is discussed in terms of its ability to inform policy ...
Immigration, Social Disadvantage and Urban Youth Gangs: Results of a Toronto-Area Survey
Both media coverage and public opinion suggest that immigrants are responsible for a high proportion of youth gang activity in Canada. Unfortunately, very little academic research has actually examined the extent and nature ...