2 edition of Perspectives on Canadian housing policy found in the catalog.
Perspectives on Canadian housing policy
|Statement||edited by Tom Carter.|
|Series||Occasional papers / Institute of Urban Studies -- 17, Occasional papers (University of Winnipeg. Institute of Urban Studies) -- v.17|
|Contributions||Carter, Tom., University of Winnipeg. Institute of Urban Studies.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 33 p. --|
|Number of Pages||33|
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DRAFT – Canadian Housing Policy page 3 of 30 1. Canada’s Housing System: Policies that Privilege Ownership For some Canadians the term ‘housing policy’ is likely to provoke images of public housing, government subsidies for low-income households, and programs aimed at helping Canada’s many unhoused individuals and Size: 85KB.
The Canadian Housing Policy Context of the context, evolution, and state of housing in Canada can be briefly noted: 1. Nearly 63 percent of Canadian households own their own homes, and many of these are mortgage free.
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Aside from being well-researched and well-written, a major strength of the book is its focus on identifying clear policy directions to improve the health of Canadians by influencing each of the social determinants.
New Book from CUCS Press. Finding Room. Policy Options for a Canadian Rental Housing Strategy "Finding Room is sure to be a standard reference wide-ranging and in-depth an impressive achievement a handsome, logically organized volume written to be accessible and relevant to a variety of readers a resource not only for today but also for years to come.".
The objective of this new edition is the same as that of previous editions: to help students understand social policy from a Canadian perspective, and to stir them to discussion and debate. Part One provides a general overview of social policy and Part Two discusses the policy-making processes, from the international factors that influence them to the ways in.
The second part of the book discusses policy issues currently under debate in Canada. Included are new chapters that explore parental leave policies and housing as a determinant of health. All chapters contain newly updated statistical data and research and policy analysis.
Finding Room is the first Canadian book to focus solely on the question teaching focuses on housing policy, social welfare, community develop-ment, and human rights. Part II. Perspectives on the Current Situation A New Paradigm for Affordable Housing: An Economist’s Perspective.
The book Health Promotion in Canada: New perspectives on theory, practice, policy, and research, Fourth edition brings together provincial, national and international perspectives to help inform emerging opportunities in health promotion practice to address health in new and innovative ways.
"This book makes a highly significant contribution to the field of Public Health in Canada. Aside from being well-researched and well-written, a major strength of the book is its focus on identifying clear policy directions to improve the health of Canadians by influencing each of the social determinants.
Urban Policy Issues: Canadian Perspectives, 2nd Edition. Don Mills: Oxford University Press, pp. ISBN: $ This is an informative and very accessible introductory book on a variety of urban policy fields and their determinants within the Canadian local government system. Transitional Housing in Toronto: Perspectives and Opportunities Thursday, February 2nd, from Church Street Community Centre Forum Overview In the fall ofChange Toronto, The John Howard Society of Toronto and Redemption Reintegration Services held a series of forums on homelessness after incarceration.
Carver is known for his association with Regent Park, the first and largest public housing offered in Canada: He has chaired the research committee and advisory group for the Canadian Mortgage and Housing Association (CMHC).
In he was made a Fellow of the Canadian Institute of Planners. - Noulan Cauchon - Public Housing Myths pulls together these fresh perspectives and unexpected findings into a single volume to provide an updated, panoramic view of public housing.
With eleven chapters by prominent scholars, the collection not only covers a groundbreaking range of public housing issues transnationally but also does so in a revisionist and Reviews: 6.
A reworked section on the process of policy-making and the addition of questions for critical reflection enhance the suitability of the book as a core resource in social policy courses. The final chapter explores how front-line workers in the human services can advocate for change in organizational policies that will benefit the people.The first edition of this book published in brought together for the first time in one place, the voices of over two dozen Canadian social work academics and .Social Determinants of Health, Third Edition: Canadian Perspectives Paperback – June 1 Taking a public policy approach, the authors in this edited collection critically analyze the structural inequalities embedded in our society and the socio-economic factors that affect health, including income, education, employment, housing, food Reviews: