Vol. 24 Nbr. 2, December 2015
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- A historical assessment of the world's first Business Improvement Area (BIA): the case of Toronto's Bloor West Village.
- Downtowns that work: lessons from Toronto and Chicago.
- Environmental justice, transit equity and the place for immigrants in Toronto.
- More continuity than change? Re-evaluating the contemporary socio-economic and housing characteristics of suburbs.
- Streets paved with gold: urban expressway building and global city formation in Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver.
- Housing experiences of single mothers in Kelowna's rental housing market.
- Urban conflicts and socio-territorial cohesion: consensus building and compromise in the Saint-Michel neighbourhood in Montreal.
- Indigenizing city planning processes in Saskatoon, Canada.
- Goetz, Edward. New Deal Ruins: Race Economic Justice, and Public Housing Policy.
- O'Donoghue, Daniel P.