Monthly Archives: February 2011

FES Grads present posters at Global Greenbelts Conference

March 22nd-24th, Radisson Hotel, Toronto, Ontario. ENVS 6124 Urban-regional planning students created posters summarizing their analysis of the Greater Golden Horseshoe Greenbelt in Toronto. What can the Greenbelt teach us about governance and growth management?  How do Greenbelt goals resonate with … Continue reading

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No boundaries: exurbia and the study of contemporary urban dispersion

Finally, the special issue on Amenity Migration, Exurbia, and Emerging Rural Landscapes of GeoJournal is out! Volume 76 Number 4. My article has been “online first” for many months but here’s the real deal, Comments welcome!

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York FES/City Institute Tower Renewal Seminar March 1st and 2nd

A two-day event on civic engagement in urban revitalization will be held at York University March 1st and 2nd 2011. The aging of post-World War II suburbs requires reinvestment on a large scale, especially in neighbourhoods where low-income and social … Continue reading

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