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Contested Ground: The Dynamics of Peri-Urban Growth in the Toronto Region
The urban margin or peri-urban fringe is the interface or transitional setting where processes of rapid growth and change often intersect with the pressures for rural preservation. As such, it can beExpand
Emerging challenges of vector-borne diseases for Canadian cities.
  • N. Luka
  • Geography, Medicine
  • Canada communicable disease report = Releve des…
  • 6 October 2016
In Canada, questions of resilience, robustness and health have become prominent in debates about city-building in recent years. Climate change and increasing chronic disease are now central toExpand
Democratic Deliberation in the Wild: The McGill Online Design Studio and the RegulationRoom Project
Although there is no single unified conception of deliberative democracy, the generally accepted core thesis is that democratic legitimacy comes from authentic deliberation on the part of thoseExpand
Making the Edible Campus: A Model for food-secure Urban Revitalization
The Edible Campus project was begun in spring 2007 in Montreal. An action-research project launched by volunteers and researchers from two leading local NGOs and university-based researchersExpand
Evaluating the Impacts of Transportation Plans Using Accessibility Measures
Résumé Malgré une reconnaissance accrue des impacts sociaux et environnementaux des infrastructures de transport, la plupart des plans de transport visent à augmenter la mobilité et donnent peuExpand
Contested periurban amenity landscapes: changing waterfront ‘countryside ideals’ in central Canada
Abstract Periurban second homes have received limited attention in landscape research, but they can offer important insight for landscape histories of urbanisation. This paper focuses on the hundredsExpand
Thank you to reviewers
The Editors wish to express their deep and sincere gratitude to the large group of colleagues who functioned as expert reviewers for the journal during 1982. Some reviewed one paper but others wereExpand