Policy Report & Profile Series on Canadian Community Land Trusts

The Policy Report & Profile Series on Community Land Trusts (CLT) will be a collection of thematic reports produced by researchers and practitioners across the country that will discuss key issues related to the development and expansion of this important and under-researched alternative land practice.

The series will be written for popular audiences including CLT practitioners, community members, students, academics and government officials. The series will be produced and disseminated in partnership with the Canadian Network of Community Land Trusts (CNCLT). Through this partnership, the CNCLT will participate in the shaping of the themes to ensure relevance to practitioners and will connect researchers to member CLTs. The series will include 2-5 Policy Papers tackling critical issues around CLT development and 2-5 shorter CLT Profiles documenting the models of particular CLTs.

Proposed Papers: 
- Successful and promising use cases for the CLT model
- Diverse forms of CLT development in Canada
- Community Land Trust development in the context of reconciliation and decolonization
- CLT’s at Scale
- Community-based CLTs In Canada
- Existing and promising enabling policy to support CLT growth Proposed Profiles
- Indigenous-Led CLTs in Canada
- BIPOC-Led CLTs in Canada
- A CLT as Community Housing Developer & Portfolio-Based Asset Manager
- CLTs in Canada: Regional Portraits 

  • Innovating in Responsive Land Practices

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