‘THE THREE CITIES WITHIN TORONTO’: Public Seminar
‘THE THREE CITIES WITHIN TORONTO Income Polarization Among Toronto’s Neighbourhoods, 1970-2005’ report will be presented by David Hulchanski , Maureen Fair, Israt Ahmed and John Campey
The conference will be on December 15 at 9:30 a.m. in the Faculty of Social Work Room 548 at 246 Bloor St. W.
Questions to be answered at the conference include:
What has changed between 2001 & 2006?
What are the trends in income and ethno-cultural segregation?
If nothing changes … the 2025 map of Toronto, a divided city.
David Hulchanski is the research director for the Cities Centre, principal investigator of the Neighbourhood Change Community University Research Alliance (CURA), and a professor of community development in the Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work, University of Toronto.
Maureen Fair is the executive director of St. Christopher House, a multi-service social agency in Toronto, the lead community partner in the Neighbourhood Change CURA.
Israt Ahmed is the community planner for Scarborough for Social Planning Toronto, and a partner in the Neighbourhood Change CURA.
John Campey is the executive director of Social Planning Toronto and a coordinator of the Save the Census Campaign (analysis of neighbourhood change is impossible without the long form census).