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Report on the Proceedings of the "Limited Income Housing Progress through Partnerships"
(Institute of Urban Studies, 2005-05-13)
This report highlights the proceedings of the "Limited Income Housing Progress through Partnerships" workshop. Case studies, speaker biographies, and powerpoint slides are included.
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 ...
Winnipeg Housing and Homelessness Initiative (WHHI) Final Report
Over a four week period, The Institute of Urban Studies undertook a series of public consultations with approximately 140 housing stakeholders and members of the general public. The purpose of these sessions was to help ...
The Winnipeg Spirit Survey: Use and Perceptions among Riders and Downtown Pedestrians
A survey of 715 Spirit and non-spirit bus users to determine the characteristics of riders and their perceptions of the service.
Guidelines for Federal Policy Priorities in Urban Areas
This report presents a number of guidelines and principles that could serve as a basis for reviewing federal policy priorities in urban areas with a particular focus on Winnipeg. It combines research undertaken during past ...
IMTB Database Survey Final Report
This survey was undertaken to assess the computer capacity and current data collecting practices of Service Provider Organisations offering LINC, ISAP, HOST and RAP services in Saskatchewan and Alberta. The data collected ...
Sustainable Churchill Interim Report
This Interim Report reports on a series of public consultations with residents in the community of Churchill as a part of the Sustainable Churchill initiative, which is a partnership between the Town of Churchill and the ...
The Downtown Workers Survey 2008
This report outlines the habits and perceptions of downtown workers. It's aim is to assist current downtown businesses to grow and better market themselves, while also attracting new businesses opportunities to the downtown.