Residents Redesign Canadian Public Housing Project

Canada's largest public housing project is about to be razed and rebuilt, with significant input from its residents.

"Toronto's Regent Park is Canada's largest and oldest community housing project. Now, after years of neglect, the city has pledged to redevelop the entire area." In this interactive multimedia presentation, residents and activists discuss conditions in Regent Park today and what needs to change.[Editor's note: Macromedia Flash Player is required to access multimedia content.]

Thanks to Geoffrey Singer

Full Story: Rebuilding Regent

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