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Out of the Long Dark Hallway: Voices From Winnipeg’s Rooming Houses
The purpose of this study is to critically examine rooming houses from a community-based “people and place” perspective. This approach includes surveys, in-depth interviews and a workshop. The instruments used in the study ...
Wnnipeg Inner-City Research Alliance - Summer Institute, Course Assignment: "What Makes a Good Urban Neighbourhood?"
This is the outline for a course given as part of the 2004 WIRA Summer Institute. The assignment was to produce a 20-item annotated bibliography in APA format with introduction and conclusion on course-relevant readings.
Rooming House: Tenant-Landlord and Community Cooperation, Spence Neighbourhood
(Institute of Urban Studies, 2005-03-01)
This project examined the potential for adapting the existing West Broadway TLC principles and practices to the rooming house stock in the Spence neighbourhood.
Winnipeg Inner-City Research Alliance - Summer Institute, Course Outline: "What Makes a Good Urban Neighbourhood"
This is the outline for a course given as part of the 2005 WIRA Summer Institute. Course content is organized around a number of broad thematic areas related to neighbourhood studies. Themes include: defining the inner ...
Beyond a Front Desk: The Residential Hotel as Home
This report is based on a comprehensive analysis of Winnipeg’s single room occupancy hotels. In developing and writing the report, an emphasis was placed on ensuring that the voices of SRO residents were heard and that ...