Ten years ago a corner of the GTA experienced a rather unhappy time. John Lorinc and Idil Burale take a look back in Spacing.
Summer of the gun, 10 years later first of three parts
Food banks have been part of life here for three decades now.
Maybe we have never seen them properly.
Going hungry: digesting Canada’s food security problem
globalnews.ca – see hyperlinks
Shut up and take my money! Or, why cash transfers aren’t a silver bullet for food banks
rabble.ca – end of a three-part series by Jesse Bauman
image: Roadside pictures via Flickr/CC
A Toronto photographer’s project recently embraced the lives lived in our under-considered highrises. Katerina Cizek writes in the National Post today about her work for the National Film Board’s Highrise project.
We should recognize Canada as a nation of highrise-dwellers
Looking to get real to the “challenges and joys of life in Toronto’s suburbs”? We thought so!
The ethnic aisle: east to west issue
There’s only ten?
10 struggles of living in Scarborough
image: wyliepoon via Flickr/CC
Basic income gets a strong mention in a new report on social policy from the Canadian Association of Social Workers. Who better to have some good ideas for what ails us than the people who have pretty much seen it all?
Promoting equity for a stronger Canada: the future of Canadian social policy
51-page .pdf file