Some of the 2011 census data have been already released at the Statistics Canada website, although the comparison has become difficult due to the loss of mandatory long-form census. That said, the data still tells us something. Here, Geosearch 2011 allowed to track the population change in Parkdale from 2006 to 2011 by census tract. What do you think of this?
The PowerPoint presentation by Susannah is available in the previous entry or in the Reports and Resources section!
On April 3rd, 2012, our first community meeting on “Parkdale Community Land Trust” brought together a wide range of participants: Parkdale residents, academic, city staff, community advocates, researchers and other passionate individuals. The meeting was to ‘kick start’ a community dialogue to envision, discuss and plan an alternative strategy and possibilities for action. The meeting began with introduction from PARC’s … Read More
Come to PARC and join us for an exploration of a variety of questions about land trusts: What is an urban land trust? Who can it serve? Where could a land trust be used? – Date: April 3rd, 2012 (Tuesday)– Time: 4pm-6pm– Location: PARC, 1499 Queen St West– Please read a report on Community Land Trust! ===== The Agenda========== 1. Introduction … Read More
The Parkdale People’s Economy Project is an ongoing collaboration among various community organizations to build a resilient local economy that provides access to affordable housing, healthy food and good jobs in Parkdale, Toronto.