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A winter city is any urban centre that experiences a long, dark, cold, and/or snowy winter. The Winter Cities movement is a more precise concept, referring to cities taking an active role in becoming more appealing and functional in winter, primarily through physical interventions. The movement...
Prevalence and causes of urban homelessness among Indigenous peoples: A three-country scoping reviewDownload
A scoping review was carried out to investigate the prevalence and causes of urban homelessness among Indigenous peoples in Canada, Australia and New Zealand. Relevant information was sought from both academic and grey literatures. Data on prevalence were sourced from homeless count reports....
Marginalized youth must negotiate a neoliberal ethos in which they are expected to make ‘responsible’ decisions and work hard to become independent people, but at the same time experience social oppressions and structural inequalities that limit their ability to achieve success. As a result, many...
The Hidden Resilience of Street-Involved and Homeless Sexual and Gender Minority Young Adults Who Engage in Sex WorkDownload
This dissertation explores innovative and nuanced conceptions of resilience useful to understanding this construct, process, and outcome in a diverse population of street-involved and homeless sexual and gender minority (SGM) young adults. These young persons deal with significant adversity and...
Historically, governmental responses to homelessness in Canada have defaulted to the most basic of services such as food and shelter. Even under exceptional circumstances, such as the current coronavirus pandemic, governments still demonstrate reluctance to guarantee permanent, adequate and...
This article investigates how Housing First (HF) is practiced in Alberta, Canada, with a focus on the concept of graduation. The dominant HF model, Pathways, holds that client support should be time-unlimited. However, HF is highly mobile and increasingly characterized by ambiguity and drift away...
Housing First (HF) is an increasingly widespread and influential response to chronic homelessness. Programs using a HF approach typically rely on market apartments to house homeless clients as rapidly as possible. This reliance means HF programs are dependent on the availability and affordability...
Evictions are a common contributing factor to homelessness and are experienced overwhelmingly by vulnerable populations, including low-income households, single parents and minority groups. At the same time, social and affordable housing providers serve increasingly vulnerable populations....