Shaping Futures: Housing Policies for the 21st Century Our Partner’s Meeting (May 22-23) & Symposium (May 24) On Sunday May 28, the CBC’s major national public affairs interview program featured Canada’s housing issues based on the Shaping Futures Symposium. The 25-minute segment starts with clips from interviews with Sharon Chisholm, Policy Scotland and Wendy Hayhurst,[…]
An Invitational International Symposium, held in Innis Town Hall, University of Toronto, on 24 May 2017. Hosted by Shaping Futures, University of Glasgow & Neighbourhood Change Research Partnership, Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work, University of Toronto
The world’s hottest housing markets – London, Sydney, Toronto and Vancouver – require a new approach to create affordability, experts say – and governments need to step up their game. “We won’t address housing through policies that already exist,” said Duncan Maclennan, professor of urban economics at University of St Andrews and University of Glasgow. He made[…]
“Canada is in the midst of a housing crisis. Skyrocketing prices in our biggest cities are making it nearly impossible for young people to dream of owning a home, or finding a decent place to rent. It’s worse if you live in social housing. In the city of Toronto alone, more than 7,500 units are[…]
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February 9, 2016, Roundtable in Ottawa SHAPING FUTURES: HOUSING POLICIES FOR THE 21ST CENTURY An international knowledge exchange, knowledge building project based at Policy Scotland By Sharon Chisholm Shaping Futures is an International Knowledge Exchange, Knowledge Building project sponsored by its partners. The aim of the project is to provide a forum for dialogue on[…]