Social Justice Resources

Knowing the issues that affect the most vulnerable in our society is the first step toward finding solutions and bringing justice to a community. These resources cover issues related to poverty, homelessness, social services and more.

Three Cities within Toronto: Income Polarization Among Toronto’s Neighbourhoods, 1970-2005

February 28, 2014

J. David Hulchanski. Associate Director, Research Cities Centre University of Toronto latest examination of Toronto’s 35-year income polarization trend is not only dividing the city into rich and poor neighbourhoods, but it is also triggering a city-wide health crisis.

Topics: Poverty & Poverty Reduction

Type: Research Papers