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Pool of Social Reproduction Wealth

Pool of Social Reproduction Wealth

Renters are a pool of social reproduction wealth. [May 2021:  During COVID-19 restrictions, patrons at...
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Invisible DTES

Invisible DTES

The 2016 Canadian Census showed that British Columbia houses the most working poor of any...
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GeoLive Crowdsourced Mapping Unchartered COVID Evictions

GeoLive Crowdsourced Mapping Unchartered COVID Evictions

GeoLive Crowdsourced Mapping Unchartered COVID Evictions: Are Women Disproportionately Affected by Job Loss? It is...
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Pool of Social Reproduction Wealth

Renters are a pool of social reproduction wealth. [May 2021:  During COVID-19 restrictions, patrons at the Kitsilano, Vancouver outdoor pool practise social distancing with the help of lines painted on the deck.] Take a look at the pool of wealth in this capacity-building of citizen renter GeoLive crowdsourced mapping. It...
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Invisible DTES

The 2016 Canadian Census showed that British Columbia houses the most working poor of any province in Canada. See my Pressbook, The 6th Eviction: Shining a Light on the Dark Side of ‘Vancouverism’,  particularly the section "Unaffordability in a 'Livable' City" to learn more. Demographia (2021) found that Vancouver is...
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GeoLive Crowdsourced Mapping Unchartered COVID Evictions

GeoLive Crowdsourced Mapping Unchartered COVID Evictions: Are Women Disproportionately Affected by Job Loss? It is well known that property ownership affects the relative ability of individuals to  claim the "right to the city" and  community, when on the  other hand, renters—people who do not own property—are treated largely with ambivalence,...
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