This issue addresses social equity in our cities and communities, focusing on the topic of housing and homelessness. It is a forum to discuss the challenges of providing affordable housing and combating the systemic issues linked to homelessness and precarious housing situations. The guiding question is: How can we make our cities more inclusive? Topics explored include sustainability and affordable housing; programs to end homelessness; senior’s housing; migration, mobility and housing; housing shortages; effective affordable housing policies
Informative, accessible and beautifully designed, Curb Magazine is one of Canada’s premier publications on the issues shaping cities, regions and rural areas today. Curb promotes knowledge-sharing across the country by publishing articles on innovative projects and research, best practices in planning and policy making, and community experience. Thoughtful, engaging articles explore a wide range of topics including urban design, housing, transportation, sustainability, civic engagement, and municipal and regional governance. Curb is produced by the City-Region Studies Centre through the Faculty of Extension at the University of Alberta.