Economic development and disparity in Parc-Extension

Brique par Brique's Faiz Abhuani on financially sustainable community housing initiatives, green gentrification and more
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Listen to "Economic Development, Disparity and the Gentrification of Parc-Ex (Housing Party ep3)" on Spreaker.

On a new episode of Housing Party, Faiz Abhuani of Brick by Brick joins host David DesBaillets to explore his organization’s work in financially sustainable, market-based community housing initiatives, green and racialized gentrification, the hidden conflict of Montreal's city government vs. the civil service and much more.

Join DesBaillets every two months for a new conversation on housing in Canada with experts, policy wonks and scholars examining the challenges cities face in providing affordable, adequate and accessible housing for Canadians.

Read more about Brick by Brick at http://www.briqueparbrique.com/en/brickbybrick/

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