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Research Paper 225: Solomon, Rhonda Cheryl, A Comparative Policy Analysis of Public Toilet Provision Initiatives in North American Cities: Recommendations for the Creation of a Public Toilet Strategy in Toronto, June 2013, 53pp., ISSN 0316-0068, ISBN-13 978-0-7727-1484-8.
Research Paper 222: Rose, Damaris and Amy Twigge-Molecey, A City-Region Growing Apart? Taking Stock of Income Disparity in Greater Montréal, 1970-2005, January 2013, 65pp., ISSN 0316-0068; ISBN 978-0-7727-1488-6. (en français) Rapport de recherche 222F: Rose, Damaris and Amy Twigge-MoleceyUne métropole à trois vitesses? Bilan sur les écarts de revenu dans le Grand Montréal, 1970-2005, Fevrier 2013, 67pp., ISSN 0316-0068; ISBN 978-0-7727-1490-9. Court version
Research Bulletin 46: Canada's New Federal Mortgage Regulations: Warranted and Fair? Alan Walks, December 2012, 14pp., ISBN-13 978-0-7727-1485-5.
Research Paper 224: Black, Jill The Financing and Economics of Affordable Housing Development: Incentives and Disincentives to Private-Sector Participation, September 2012, 50pp., ISSN 0316-0068; ISBN 978-0-7727-1479-4 and related Research Bulletin No. 45, 8pp., ISBN-13 978-0-7727-1480-0.
Research Paper 221: Simmons, Jim The Evolution of Commercial Structure in the North American City: A Toronto Case Study, April 2012, 30pp. ISSN 0316-0068; ISBN 978-0-7727-1487-9.
Urban Density Case Studies in the Greater Golden Horseshoe
- Case Studies 1 and 2, pp. 1-61
- Case Studies 3 through 6, pp. 62-125
- Case Studies 7 through 10, pp. 126-184
- Urban Growth Centre 1 pp. 13-34
- Urban Growth Centre 2 pp. 35-56
- Urban Growth Centre 3 pp. 57-78
- Urban Growth Centre 4 pp. 79-82
- Urban Growth Centre 4 pp. 83-88
- Urban Growth Centre 4 pp. 89-90
- Urban Growth Centre 4 pp. 91-92
- Urban Growth Centre 4 pp. 93-94
- Urban Growth Centre 4 pp. 95-112
- Urban Growth Centre 5 pp. 113-135
The Toronto Residents’ Panel on Household Income Final Report A demonstration project produced by Diaspora Dialogues, the University of Toronto Cities Centre, and MASS LBP. Generously supported by the Metcalf Foundation. 2012.
Walkability in Toronto's High-Rise Neighbourhoods (Executive Summary, low resolution) (Full Report, low resolution) by Professor Paul M. Hess, and Jane Farrow of Jane’s Walk. These walkability studies are the first of their kind in North America. They were jointly funded by the Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) and the Toronto Community Foundation (TCF). High resolution files are available at http://faculty.geog.utoronto.ca/Hess/hess_home.html.
Cities Grow Ontario: Urban Challenges and Prospects Martin Prosperity Institute; Cities Centre; The Centre on Governance, University of Ottawa; Innis College Urban Studies Program; School of Geography and Earth Studies, McMaster University; Program on Globalization and Regional Innovation Systems; School of Environment, Enterprise and Development, University of Waterloo; and City Institute at York University, September, 2011.
Toronto's Inner Suburbs: Investing in Social Infrastructure in Scarborough, by Deborah Cowen and Vanessa Parlette, 2011, University of Toronto, 12 pages.
Inner Suburbs at Stake: Investing in Social Infrastructure in Scarborough Deborah Cowen & Vanessa Parlette, Cities Centre Research Paper 220, 2011, University of Toronto, 86 pages.
Who Cares About 15 Million Urban Voters, April 2011, Martin Prosperity Institute.
The Three Cities Within Toronto interactive website The Three Cities Within Toronto: Income Polarization Among Toronto's Neighbourhoods 1970-2005 by David Hulchanski
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