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Toronto's Growing Spatial Divide: An Update on the "Three Cities in Toronto" Trend, 1970-2012

Presenter: 

Social Work

David Hulchanski (Professor, Housing & Community Development, University of Toronto)

Talk description:

Income and wealth inequality are changing our cities in terms of who lives where by socio-economic and ethno-cultural status. This is creating new socio-spatial patterns of segregation.

This talk will outline: 

  • How Canada compares with other similar nations in terms of income inequality;

  • What the updated neighbourhood change trends are in Toronto; and

  • How trends in Toronto compare with those in Montreal, Calgary, Vancouver and Chicago. 

Presenter Bio: 

David Hulchanski is a professor of housing and community development at the University of Toronto. He is the principal investigator of the Neighbourhood Change Research Partnership, studying socio-spatial polarization trends in major metropolitan areas (a 7-year research initiative funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada).

For more information, check out his website www.NeighbourhoodChange.ca and follow him on Twitter @Hulchanski.


Event Details:

When: Wednesday, September 30th, 2015
Time: 12:00 Noon - 1:30 pm
Where: OISE/UT --- Room 3-104 --- For directions, please look under Contact Us.
*No registration required. 

You can view the webcast and the presentation from this talk under Archived Talks.

 

 
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