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On October 30, 2013, the Canadian Rental Housing Coalition and the Housing Justice Project hosted The Future of Rental Housing: Local and National Perspectives.  The evening featured a keynote presentation from David Hulchanski, professor at the University of Toronto, and a panel discussion featuring Bev Grieve (City of New Westminster), Thom Armstrong (CHF BC), and Mark Goodman (HQ Real Estate Services).  Here is a link to a video of the event:

Additional Resources:

David Hulchanski’s Presentation – Rental Housing: What’s the Problem?

David Ley & Nicholas Lynch (UBC) – Division & Disparities: Socio-Spatial Income Polarization in Greater Vancouver, 1970-2005


Event Details:

The Future of Rental Housing: Local and National Perspectives

Keynote Speaker:

  • David Hulchanski, PhD, Professor, Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work University of Toronto


  • Bev Grieve – Acting Director of Development Services, City of New Westminster
  • Mark Goodman – Realtor, HQ Real Estate Services
  • Thom Armstrong – Executive Director, Co-Operative Housing Federation of BC

Co-Sponsored by The Canadian Rental Housing Coalition & Housing Justice Project

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