Changing neighbourhoods : social and spatial polarization in Canadian cities /

Canadians have a right to live in cities that meet their basic needs in a dignified way, but in recent decades increased inequality and polarization have been reshaping the social landscape of Canada's urban areas. This book examines the dimensions and impacts of increased economic inequality a...

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Other Authors: Grant, Jill (Editor), Walks, Alan, 1968- (Editor), Ramos, Howard, 1974- (Editor)
Format: Book
Published: Vancouver : UBC Press, [2020]

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Call Number: HT127 .C496 2020
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