Health, solidarity and gentrification in Montreal’s Pointe-Saint-Charles neighbourhood

In 1968, a student-led initiative to bring improved medical services to Montreal’s working-class Point-Saint-Charles neighbourhood began. In collaboration with local residents, students from McGill University’s medicine, nursing and sociology programs established a new kind of community-based clinic connecting health and social problems with root causes.

Your ad here
Don't like ads?
Automated ads help us pay our journalists, servers, and team. Support us by becoming a member today to hide all automated ads:
Become a member

In this special report, Ricochet’s Yasmin Hotter Ishay speaks with Geneviève Lambert Pilotte and Dr. Anna Kruzynski to explore the historical links between health, solidarity and gentrification at the Community Clinic of Point-Saint-Charles.

Be sure to subscribe on iTunes to get every episode delivered straight to your devices.

Click here to download the podcast.

Listen to "Health, Solidarity and Gentrification in Montreal’s Pointe-Saint-Charles Neighbourhood" on Spreaker.

You might also be interested in...
The alt-right
Meet the Canadian soldiers behind a white supremacist military surplus store
October 29, 2018
White supremacy
Rhodesia nostalgia ‘screams out extreme hatred,’ say Zimbabweans
November 8, 2018
U.S. midterms
Newly elected congresswoman would have been barred under Trump’s Muslim ban
Shenaz Kermalli
November 13, 2018