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Innovating in Responsive Land Practices

Exclusionary land practices have privileged a cultural preference for low-density single detached home ownership creating a mismatch in dwellings relative to housing need and demand. 

Research Projects

Project Title Principal Applicant(s) Research Theme Funding Stream Funding Window
Understanding Evictions in Canada Silas Xuereb Reshaping the Financialization of Housing, Innovating in Responsive Land Practices Comparative Project Dec, 2020 to Sep, 2021
Filling the Gaps in Housing: Tracking Legislative Responses to COVID-19 in Emergency Housing Initiatives Alexandra Flynn Reshaping the Financialization of Housing, Innovating in Responsive Land Practices Comparative Project Aug, 2020
New Directions in Affordability-Focused Land Policy and Practice Penny Gurstein Innovating in Responsive Land Practices Comparative Project Aug, 2020
Expansion of Laneway Homes in Vancouver: household acceptance and builders' choices Tom Davidoff Innovating in Responsive Land Practices Community-Focused Project Aug, 2020
A Community Action Research Project on Tower Rentals in Parkdale Joshua Barndt Innovating in Responsive Land Practices Community-Focused Project Aug, 2020
Community Capacity Building in Community Land Trusts for Affordable Housing Susannah Bunce Innovating in Responsive Land Practices Community-Focused Project Aug, 2020
Indigenizing Supportive Housing: The Dual Model of Housing Care. Fran Hunt-Jinnouchi Innovating in Responsive Land Practices Comparative Project Nov, 2020
Strategies for improving access to safe, clean, affordable housing during beyond COVID-19: A case study of Lachine Nik Luka Innovating in Responsive Land Practices Community-Focused Project Nov, 2020
Urban Indigenous Housing in British Columbia: Margaret Low Innovating in Responsive Land Practices Community-Focused Project Nov, 2020
Scaling up approaches to participatory co-housing: Keyan Ye, Christina Mahut Reshaping the Financialization of Housing, Innovating in Responsive Land Practices Community-Focused Project Mar, 2021
Who Owns Chinatown? Mapping Ownership and Precarity to Mobilize a Community Land Trust Kuni Kamizaki Innovating in Responsive Land Practices Community-Focused Project Mar, 2021
Toward abolition of R1 zoning and the two-egress straitjacket? Nik Luka Innovating in Responsive Land Practices Comparative Project Mar, 2021
Mapping the Zoning of First Nations in Metro Vancouver Alexandra Flynn Innovating in Responsive Land Practices Community-Focused Project May, 2021