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Living in the Red: Exploring Winnipeg's Debt-scape
(Institute of Urban Studies, 2015-04-02)
Canadian households are now deeper in debt than at any time since Statistics Canada began collecting debtor data in 1961. Debt, payment delinquency, and bankruptcy are increasingly a part of the lives of the young, the ...
Downtown Winnipeg: Developments and Investments, 2005-2013
(Institute of Urban Studies, 2013-11-25)
Proceedings: Preventing Evictions and Managing Successful Tenancies
(Institute of Urban Studies, 2012-05-17)
On Nov.10 2011, the Institute of Urban Studies conducted a workshop on Managing for Successful Tenancies. The goal of this workshop was to develop an eviction prevention strategy for the Mental Health Commission of Canada's ...
The At Home/Chez Soi Project
(Institute of Urban Studies, 2016-01)
This report is the final Winnipeg Site Report of the Mental Health Commission of Canada’s At Home/Chez Soi project. The research examined the sustainability of Canada’s At Home/Chez Soi Housing First (HF) programs for ...
Eviction Prevention: Toolkit of Promising Practices
(Institute of Urban Studies, 2016-02)
This ‘toolkit and resource guide’ is intended to be a short, accessible guide for organizations wanting to help their tenants build long-term, stable tenancies. The toolkit provides an scan of tools used by organizations ...
Downtown Winnipeg: Developments and Investments, 2005 - 2013
(Institute of Urban Studies, 2013)
This IUS In-Brief explores the rapid upswing in investment in Winnipeg's downtown over the last eight years by collecting and mapping the changes that have taken place during this frenzied period of development.