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Pictured left to right: Lisa Kaida, Rochelle Wijesingha, and Diana Singh

Hot Spots of Neighbourhood Changes

McMaster professor Lisa Kaida, postdoctoral fellow Diana Singh, and PhD student Rochelle Wijesingha’s new article in City & Community examines how neighbourhoods in Atlantic Canadian cities have changed.

Sep 04, 2019

A new City and Community article by Lisa Kaida, Howard Ramos (Dalhousie), Diana Singh, Paul Pritchard (UofT), and Rochelle Wijesingha examines how cities in Atlantic Canada have undergone socio-spatial changes. Their analysis of the Canadian Census data finds rather than the existing “rust belt” or “three cities” models, “hot spots” are the more accurate descriptions of neighbourhood changes in smaller cities. View the full article here.