The New Urban Agenda
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Author: Bill Freeman
Politics in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area (GTHA) have become increasingly divisive over the past decade, and solutions to the city's problems have become hot-topic issues debated in council and the press, but never finding resolution.
The New Urban Agenda is equal parts history, social science and call to action to solve the major problems facing the GTHA. Issues such as urban and suburban development, transit, the region's environmental impact, affordable housing and the seemingly inherent gridlock of municipal politics are discussed.
Award-winning author Bill Freeman offers a level-headed approach to the problems and lays out an agenda that will lead to an improvement in the quality of life in our neighbourhoods and downtowns and make our cities economically viable.
Price: $23.09 (GST included)
Paperback: 240 pages