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The Future of the Suburbs: Policy Challenges and Opportunities in Canada

David Gordon, Markus Moos, Khairunnabila Prayitno, David Amborski and Zack Taylor
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David Gordon: Queen’s University
Markus Moos: University of Waterloo
Khairunnabila Prayitno: University of Waterloo
David Amborski: Ryerson University
Zack Taylor: University of Western Ontario

SPP Briefing Papers, 2018, vol. 11, issue 23

Abstract: Canada is often described as a highly urbanized country. Increasingly, however, researchers recognize that Canada is in fact a suburban nation. This recognition has sparked a new research agenda on the Canadian suburbs from a variety of disciplines and perspectives. In this collection of essays, five leading scholars of the Canadian suburbs discuss the opportunities and challenges of suburbanization for Canadian public policy.

Date: 2018
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