The New City: How the Crisis in Canadas Urban Centres is Reshaping the Nation
Written by John Lorinc.
Published by the Penguin Group (Canada), 2006.
|Large urban centres are
experiencing a widening gap between rich and poor, mounting levels of violence,
and sprawl-induced health and environmental damage. Well-trained immigrants
struggle to find suitable jobs and decent housing, while big-city schools
suffer from underfunding. Local governments lack the resources and political
clout to act decisively.
In The New City, award-winning urban affairs writer John Lorinc offers a compelling vision of how to make Canadas metropolitan centres sustainable, livable, and competitive in a world dominated by powerful mega-cities. Incisive and broad-ranging, this is a timely reminder that all Canadians must confront urban issues if the country is to succeed in the tumultuous economy of the 21st century.
"This optimistic vision of inclusive, healthy, workable, civil, and humane cities animates The New City, a book that leaves the reader both better informed and more hopeful about Canada's urban future." from the forward by Anne GoldenFrom the same author:
Cities (Groundwork Guides)
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