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We spoke to “street nurse” and activist Cathy Crowe about her new memoirs and encouraging people to take action for social change
Anti-poverty activist and lived expert Bee Lee Soh shares her advice on how governments and non-profits can adopt better practices for the participation of experts with lived/living experience.
The paper focuses on the growing and connected affordability pressures in the rental sector.
This new report examines possible parameters for Toronto's new inclusionary zoning policy and offers recommendations to maximize the benefits of such a policy.
Five books Maytree staff are eager to share on topics ranging from street nursing and city-building to coming of age in Toronto.
What to read this summer, a report on inclusionary zoning, a story on human rights education in the classroom, and more.