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A comparative overview of population and housing trends in rural and urban Canada
(Institute of Urban Studies, 1992)
Enhancing Delivery Models and New Partnerships
Recent years have witnessed a shift in the nature of models to deliver housing and support services for low income and marginalized groups in society. This shift has been prompted in part by a change in the role governments ...
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 ...
Solving rural housing problems : building a better understanding
(Institute of Urban Studies, 1990)
Evolution of Northern housing policy
(Institute of Urban Studies, 1993)
Panhandling in Winnipeg, Volume 1 Legislation vs. Support Services
This volume presents the results of field observation of panhandling activity throughout the study area in Winnipeg. Maps in this section indicate the distribution of panhandlers as observed throughout the study area, ...
National Consultation on Developing a Canadian Housing Framework
The success of a comprehensive national housing strategy depends on the ability to deliver a wide range of program initiatives under many different sets of circumstances. Models of delivery have to be results based, flexible ...
Rental housing in rural Manitoba : current issues and future prospects
(Institute of Urban Studies, 1991)
Housing Needs of Low Income People Living in Rural Areas
Four reports investigating the housing needs of low income people. Preeceville Saskatchewan, Brooks Alberta, Russell Manitoba, and Coral Harbour Nunavut are presented as case studies.
Provincial and Territorial Interests in Land Use Planning and Development
Land use planning in Canada is in the process of undergoing a radical shift as legislation, much of which dates from the 1980s or even the 1970s, is less and less able to cope with the increasing complexity of land use ...