Housing & Urban Development

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Good Places to Live

Povery and Public Housing in Canada

Public housing projects are stigmatized and stereotyped as bad places to live, as havens of poverty, illegal activity and violence. In many cities they are being bulldozed, ostensibly for these … 156 View

Land-Use Planning

Inevitably, we live our lives as part of a physical community. Whether one wants it or not, the law recognizes the connections our actions as owners or tenants create with others. Inevitably, … 687 View
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Good Places to Live

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Introduction and the Legal Context for Land-Use Planning

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Review of the varied and complex social, political and legal restrictions on the rights associated with the use of land. 34 $3.40 Add
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The New Urban Poverty and Public Housing

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The Planning Enterprise

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Review of the enterprise and profession of land use planning, including examples of planners as witnesses excerpted from transcripts of formal hearings. 51 $5.10 Add
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“It’s Prime Land, and Why Would They Leave That to Poor People?”

Vancouver's Little Mountain Housing

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Some Leading Cases

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Review of select cases to introduce recurring themes and problems in land use planning law. 47 $4.70 Add
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“Because It’s Not About Creating New Housing!”

Contradictions and Limitations in the Development of Regent Park

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Common Law

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Use of the common law by private individuals or corporations regarding control of the use of land. 15 $1.50 Add
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“We’re Not Goin’ Nowhere”

The Case of Halifax's Uniacke Square

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Federal-Level Powers and the Constitution Acts

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How constitutional law affects understanding of land-use regulation. 68 $6.80 Add
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Rebuilding from Within

Winnipeg's Lord Selkirk Park

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Provincial-Level Land-Use Planning Powers

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Review of systems of land use in which the provincial government is the regulator, either exclusively or in conjunction with municipalities. 70 $7.00 Add
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Building Good Places to Live

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Municipal Planning Statutes

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Review of the main aspects of land-use control exercised by municipal governments. 55 $5.50 Add