Our Work


  1. Publications
  2. Reports
  3. Graduate Theses
  4. Presentations
  5. Articles and Interviews Popular Media
  6. Funding Applications

Publications

Jolivet, V. et Reiser, C. (à paraître). La gentrification par projet. Politiques publiques et revalorisation des quartiers péricentraux, le cas du Campus MIL à Montréal. Métropoles .

Reiser, C. (2022). Quand les groupes communautaires prennent le relais : réponses du tiers-secteur au mal-logement et à la gentrification dans deux quartiers tremplins d’immigration de Montréal. Lien Social et Politiques, 87: 150-174.

Woodhall-Melnik, J., Hamilton-Wright, S., Hamilton-Wright, E., Guilcher, S. J., & Matheson, F. I. (2022). Getting Help: Findings from Two World Cafés with Youth who Experience Homelessness. Canadian Journal of Family and Youth 14(3): 52-77. 

Mejia-Lancheros, C., Lachaud, J., Woodhall-Melnik, J., O’Campo, P., Hwang, S. W., & Stergiopoulos, V. (2021). Longitudinal interrelationships of mental health discrimination and stigma with housing and well-being outcomes in adults with mental illness and recent experience of homelessness. Social Science & Medicine 268.

Mejia-Lancheros, C., Woodhall-Melnik, J., Wang, R., Hwang, S. W., Stergiopoulos, V., & Durbin, A. (2021). Associations of resilience with quality of life levels in adults experiencing homelessness and mental illness: a longitudinal study. Health and Quality of Life Outcomes, 19(1), 1-9.

Parent, A.-A., Reiser, C. et Tourillon-Gingras, S. (à paraître). Intervention de proximité auprès de résidents d’habitations à loyer modique de Montréal et Québec. Nouvelles pratiques sociales.

Collins, D., de Vos, E., Evans, J., Severson Mason, M., Anderson-Baron, J., Cruickshank, V. & McDowell, K. (2022). “When we do evict them, it’s a last resort”: Eviction prevention in social and affordable housing. Housing Policy Debate 32(3): 473-490.

Das, R., Martiskainen, J. & Li, G. (2022) Quantifying the prevalence of energy poverty across Canada: Estimating domestic energy burden using an expenditures approach. The Canadian Geographer.

Woodhall-Melnik, J. and Matheson, F. (2022) Commentary on Vandenberg et al.: The next step of developing and testing evidence-based interventions for older adults who experience problem gambling and homelessness. Addiction 117: 1713-1714.

Jolivet, V., Reiser, C., Baumann, Y. & Gonzales, R. (2022). Before displacement: studentification, campus-led gentrification and rental market transformation in a multiethnic neighborhood (Parc-Extension, Montreal). Urban Geography.

Dweik, I. & Woodhall-Melnik, J. (2022) A Systematic Review of the Relationship between Publicly Subsidized Housing, Depression, and Anxiety among Low-Income Households. International Journal of Housing Policy. 

Woodhall-Melnik, J. & Weissman, E. P. (2021). Living with disaster: Exploring complex decisions to stay in or leave flood prone areas (June 2021) Housing Studies.

Evans, J., Stout, M., Collins, D., McDowell, K. (2022). The reticent state? Interpreting emergency responses to homelessness in Alberta, Canada. Housing Studies.

Greyeyes, C. & Vipond, C. (In press). What is home? Wisdom from nêhiyawêwin. Radical Housing.

Zhu, Y., Yuan, Y., Gu, J., & Fu, Q. (2021). Neoliberalization and inequality: disparities in access to affordable housing in urban Canada 1981–2016. Housing Studies.

Reiser, C. (2022). Métropolisation et espaces urbains dans les Amériques. Géopolitiques des Amériques. Paris, Nathan

Zhu, Y. & Bélanger, H. (in press). Social housing in comparison: Montreal and Vancouver metropolitan areas. In S. Breux & M. Holden (eds.), Regards croisés sur les études urbaines au Québec et en Colombie-Britannique | Crossing Paths, Crossing Perspectives on Urban Studies in Quebec and British Columbia. Presses de l’Université Laval, Québec QC.

Woodhall-Melnik, J., Lamont, A., Nombro, E., and Monette, C. (2022). Social support, depression and self-reported physical health in persons waiting for access to subsidized housing in New Brunswick, Canada. ENHR Conference Paper.

Reports

Stout, A. (2020). Home-Making and Tenancy Sustainability. Student Report, Community Housing Canada.

McDowell, K. (2020). LGBTQ2 Vulnerability in the Canadian Housing Sector. Student Report, Community Housing Canada.

Preisler, S. (2021). The Vulnerability of Newcomers (Including Refugees) in the Canadian Housing Sector. Student Report, Community Housing Canada.

Das, R. & Martiskainen, M. ( 2022). Keeping the Lights On: Ensuring energy affordability, equity, and access in the transition to clean electricity in Canada. David Suzuki Foundation.

Humble, R. & Das, R. (2021). Enhancing building performance in community housing: Year One research journey. Area Report, Community Housing Canada.

Woodhall-Melnik, J. (2021). Overview of Fostering Social Inclusion through Community Housing. Area Report, Community Housing Canada.

Reiser, C. et Breault, G. (2021). Discriminations en matière de logement et pistes d’action pour l’arrondissement Villeray-Saint-Michel-Parc-Extension. Rapport de recherche de l’Association des Locataires de Villeray (ALV) pour le Bureau d’intégration des nouveaux arrivants de la ville de Montréal (BINAM).

Schiff, R & Wilkinson, A. (2022). Non-Market Housing Models in Canada: A Case series. Thunder Bay, Lakehead University.

Shields, R. (2021). Logement social — Right to Housing: A Sceptical Overview of Social Housing Research, Policy and Struggle in Montréal. Paper for Canadian Sociological Association Conference.

Shields, R. (2021). The cadence of “imaginaries” and collective re-imagining in community housing. Background Paper, Community Housing Canada.

MacDonald, A. & Evans, J. (2021). From Principle to Practice: Practitioner Perspectives on Permanent Supportive Housing in Edmonton, Alberta. Draft Report, Affordable Housing Solutions Lab.

Zhu, Y., Holden, M., Vaez Mahdavi, D. & Zeng, Z. (2022) Housing vulnerability and well-being in the COVID-19 pandemic: A B.C. Survey on the secondary effects of non-pharmaceutical interventions. Area Report, Community Housing Canada. 

Akbarnejad, G., Holden, M., Martin, L., Mahmood, A. & Winters, M. (2022). How sociable is life in multi-unit rental housing? Simon Fraser University and Hey Neighbour Collective.

Martin, L. & Holden, M. (2021). A Picture is Worth 1000 Words: A photovoice exploration into social connections at home. Simon Fraser University and Hey Neighbour Collective.

Monette, C. & Woodhall-Melnik, J. (2021). I-CLICK Photography Presents: A Journey Into Storytelling Through The Lens of Saint John’s Youth. Third Shift Festival, Saint John NB.

Monette, C. & Woodhall-Melnik, J. (2022). Point of view – An I-Click Photography Exhibit. Photography exhibit with TRC and HOME-RL, Saint John City Market, Saint John NB.

Jolivet, V., Baumann, Y. et Reiser, C. (2022). Unlocking the brownfields. Short video documentary (31 mins).

[Researched online content ] Are Secondary Suites Positive Additions to Municipalities? 10 Reasons Why…and Why Not (webpage) and Secondary Suites Infographic (Twitter)

[Researched online content] 5 Myths about homelessness and housing instability (Twitter). [Tweet 1, Tweet 2, Tweet 3, Tweet 4, Tweet 5]

[Researched online content] Gim, J. Imagining Community Housing Futures

Graduate Theses

[Master’s thesis]. McDowell, K. (2022). At Home Here?: LGBTQ refugees’ housing experiences in Alberta, Canada. University of Alberta, Edmonton AB.

[Master’s Thesis] Sidhu, M. (2022). Perceptions of Health and Wellbeing Benefits from Living in Housing Cooperatives in Canada. Lakehead University, Thunder Bay ON.

[Master’s thesis] O’Donnell, S. (2022) ‘It’s just my home, you know?’ Homemaking and Belonging for People Labelled/with Intellectual Disability. McMaster University, Hamilton ON.

[Master’s thesis] Langdon, N. (2022) Evaluating the Dwelling Satisfaction of Households with Disabled Members in Ontario, Canada. McMaster University, Hamilton ON.

Presentations

McDowell, K. “At Home Here? LGBTQ refugees’ housing experiences in Alberta, Canada.” Canadian Association of Geographers Annual Meeting, Virtual. (May-June 2022).

Collins, D. “How did we get in this mess? Canada’s housing affordability nightmare.” Keynote address. Habitat for Humanity Canada Annual Conference. London ON. (May 2022).

Collins, D. “Eviction prevention in social and affordable housing.” Alberta Seniors & Community Housing Association (ASCHA) Convention & Trade Show. Calgary AB. (April 2022).

Collins, D. “The role of community housing in successful city building.” City Building at the University of Alberta. Centre for Cities & Communities. Edmonton AB. (March 2022).

Swanson, B. “Secondary Suites, Second Thoughts.” CHEC Emerging Research/Emerging Scholars Webinar, Virtual. (March 2022).

Collins, D. “The Right to Housing in Edmonton: What are your Rights when Renting?” Affordable Housing Solutions Lab, Virtual. (April 2021).

Collins, D., de Vos, E. & McDowell, K. “New Directions in Community Housing Research.”  Edmonton Housing Month: Capital Region Housing and University of Alberta presentation, Virtual. (November 2020).

Lukkarinen, J., Lassko, S., Das, R. & Martiskainen, M. “Using vulnerability framework to diversify understanding on household agency: Experiences from Canada, Finland, and the UK.” International Workshop on Household Innovation and Agency in Sustainability Transitions, Prato, Italy (October 2022).

Das, R., Collins, D., MacKinnon, B., Richman, R. & Swanson, B. “Buildings, retrofits, and energy efficiency: Tackling energy poverty in Canada’s community housing sector.” Presentation for Expert Community on Housing (ECOH), Canada Mortgage Housing Corporation (CMHC), Virtual (October 2022).

Das, R. & Martiskainen, M. “Keeping the Lights On: Ensuring energy affordability, equity, and access in the transition to clean electricity in Canada.”  Presentation to the David Suzuki Foundation, Virtual. (October 2022).

Das, R. “Supporting households in Canada’s net-zero energy transition.”Geospectives Seminar Series, McGill University, Montreal QC. (September 2022).

Edalatnia, S. “Building energy retrofit strategy in community housing-Canada.” Environmental Studies Association of Canada at the Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Virtual. (May 2022).

Das, R., de Vos, E., Humble, R., Richman, R., Touchie, M. “Identifying sustainability synergies in current Canadian community housing literature.” Canadian Sociological Association Conference at Congress 2021, Virtual. (June 2021).

Humble, R. “Reframing stakeholder decision-making using a relational, systems approach to advance wellbeing and building performance in community housing.” Canadian Sociological Association Conference at Congress 2021. Session Sustainable Housing: Social and Environmental Synergies and Conflicts, Virtual. (June 2021).

Woodhall-Melnik, J. “Broken & Washed Away: An overview of the contribution of climate change, disasters, and housing to health in socioeconomically marginalized groups.” Keynote address. McMaster Institute for Health Equity Speaker Series, Hamilton ON. (October 2022).

Woodhall-Melnik, J., Lamont, A., Nombro, E., and Monette, C. “Social support, depression and self-reported physical health in persons waiting for access to subsidized housing in New Brunswick, Canada.” European Network for Housing Research (ENHR) Conference, Barcelona, Spain. (September 2022).

Reiser, C. “Repenser la fonction tremplin des quartiers d’immigration à travers la mobilisation politique : étude des luttes pour le droit au logement des immigrants.” International Geographical Union Congress, Paris, France. (Juillet 2022).

Reiser, C. et Parent, A.-A. “Effets de la pandémie de COVID-19 sur les besoins et la mise en place des services chez les personnes vivant de l’instabilité résidentielle dans trois régions du Québec, Canada.” Congrès de l’AIFRIS, Bruxelles, Belgique. (Juillet 2022).

Woodhall-Melnik, J., Reiser, C., LeBlanc, S.M., Taylor, N., Dweik, I., Monette, C. “Residential and Neighbourhood Satisfaction and Mental Health in Individuals who are Waiting for Social Housing: Results from the baseline survey of the NB Housing Study”. Canadian Sociological Association, Virtual. (May 2022).

Woodhall-Melnick, J. Reiser, C. and Monette, C. “A Scoping Review of Housing First Programs for Youth.” Urban Affairs Association Conference, Washington, DC. (April 2022).

Reiser, C. “Revisiting Residential Instability for Immigrant Families through Mixed Methods and Longitudinal Analysis.” American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting, New York NY. (February 2022).

Reiser, C. “‘À court terme, on reste là !’ Précarisation résidentielle des familles immigrantes dans les quartiers tremplins de Montréal.” Symposium Inégalités, quartiers, pandémie : réflexions et prospectives, Partenariat de recherche sur les quartiers en transition (PRQT) et partenariat Immigration et résilience en milieu urbain (IRMU), Montréal QC. (Février 2022). 

Reiser, C. “Stratégies résidentielles des familles immigrantes en quartier tremplin.” Journée d’étude du Réseau d’Etudes Urbaines Nord-Américaines, Paris, France. (Décembre 2021).

Woodhall-Melnik, J. “National Housing Week Saint John: Local Community Needs.” Housing Week, Saint John City Market, Saint John NB. (November 2021).

Woodhall-Melnik, J., Haley, T., Weissman, E., Reiser, C., Monette, C. “Housing Experts responding to Push: The Film (Fredrik Gertten’s documentary) (Panel Presentation).” Housing Week, University of New Brunswick, Saint John NB. (November 2021).

Dweik, I., Fox, E., Monette, C., Matheson, F.I., Doucet, S., Luke, A., Nisenbaum, R., Woodhall-Melnik, J. “Introduction to the New Brunswick Housing Study.” UNB Health Research Conference, Virtual. (August, 2021).

Reiser, C. “Quand les groupes communautaires prennent le relais: réponses du tiers-secteur au mal-logement.” International Conference of the ISTR – ARIMA Colloquium, Virtual. (Juillet 2021).

Woodhall-Melnik, J., “Here We Go Again: Investigating residents’ experiences of mental health & service needs following back-to-back floods of the Wolastoq.” Canadian Sociological Association Conference, Virtual. (June 2021).

Reiser, C. “House and home: Capital and migrants.” CERC in Migration and Integration, Ryerson University, Toronto ON. (June 2021).

Woodhall-Melnik, J. “The Unprotected and Ignored Renter: Movement toward rental policy reform, poverty reduction, and vibrant communities in Saint John.” Social Justice and the City, Fredericton NB. (May 2021). 

Reiser, C. “Soutien communautaire en OSBL d’habitation et point de vue des familles immigrantes à Parc-Extension et Saint-Michel, Montréal.” Congrès annuel de l’ACFAS, Colloque 403, Montréal QC. (Mars 2021).

Sidhu, M. “Understanding Health and Well-Being from Living in Housing Cooperatives.” Co-Operative Housing Federation (CHF) of Canada Annual Meeting, Halifax NS. (June 2022).

Wilkinson, A., & Schiff, R. “More than a Roof: Finding home through community housing.” Co-Operative Housing Federation (CHF) of Canada Annual Meeting, Halifax NS. (June 2022).

Schiff, R. “Using Social Network Analysis to understand the impact of systems integration efforts: A Case Study from Thunder Bay.” Data That Makes a Difference, Calgary Homeless Foundation, Calgary AB. (May 2022).

Schiff, R., & Wilkinson, A. “Community Housing: Supporting resilience of vulnerabilized groups (Panel Presentation).” Canadian Housing and Renewal Association (CHRA) National Congress on Housing and Homelessness, Virtual. (April 2022).

Schiff R. “Academic Partnerships for the SDGs (Panel Presentation).” Tamarack Institute SDG Localization Community of Practice Webinar Series, Virtual.  (February 2022).

Schiff R & Møller H. “Health and Health Care in Northern Canada.” SJCG Northern Showcase of Health Research. (February 2022).

Kauppi, C. & Schiff, R. “Hidden Homelessness in Rural and Northern Ontario.” Rural Ontario Municipalities Association Annual Conference. (January 2022).

Schiff, R. “Homelessness and COVID–19 research (Panel Presentation).” St Joseph’s Care Group Showcase of Health Research. (February 2021).

Schiff, R. “More than a Roof – Finding home post-pandemic through community housing.” Panel: Housing Post Pandemic. Simon Fraser University – Pandemonium Series, Virtual. (January 2021).

Schiff, R. “Rural and Remote Responses to Homelessness during a Pandemic.” Webinar for National Alliance to End Rural and Remote Homelessness, Virtual. (November 2020).

Puddu, C. Cunningham, C., Gray, E., Evans, J., Sokoluk, L. “Engaging Indigenous youth during a global pandemic: Lessons learned from an Indigenous-led community-based research project in Edmonton, Alberta.” Networks of Centres of Excellence, Horizons Conference, Virtual. (May 2022).

Puddu, C. & Cunningham, C. “Keeping Indigenous youth housed by decolonizing transitions from care.” Canadian Alliance to End Homelessness Conference, Virtual. (2022).

Evans, J. “Innovations under the microscope: Learnings from the Affordable Housing Solutions Lab.” City Building at the University of Alberta. Centre for Cities & Communities, Edmonton AB. (March 2022).

Evans, J. “Poverty, Problematization and Socio-Spatial Management of Life on the Margins.” Perspectives on Urban Inclusivity,  Osaka University, Japan, Virtual. (January 2021).

Parent, A-A. et Reiser, C. “Intervention de proximité auprès des résidents de HLM de Montréal et Québec.” Midis InterActions, CIUSSS du nord de l’île, Montréal QC. (Avril 2021).

Holden, M. “Meet the Expert: Meg Holden on Urban Livability and Sustainability.” Times Higher Education University Impact Forum, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver BC. (September 2022)

Lee, R., Emami, S. & Vaez Mahdavi, D. “Living in Isolation: Striving for social connection.” 4th International Conference on Loneliness, Virtual. (September 2022)

Langdon, N., Wilton, R. and Newbold, B. “Evaluating the dwelling satisfaction of households with disabled members in Ontario, Canada.” Canadian Association of Geographers Annual Meeting, Toronto ON (May-June 2022).

O’Donnell, S. & Wilton, R. “‘It’s just my home, you know?’ Home-making and belonging for people labelled/with intellectual disability.” Canadian Association of Geographers Annual Meeting, Toronto ON (May-June 2022).

Vaez Mahdavi, D., Zeng, Z. “The impact of COVID-19 pandemic on the well-being outcomes of community housing tenants.” Canadian Association of Geographers Annual Meeting, Toronto ON (May-June 2022).

Zhu, Y. “Neoliberalization and inequality: Disparities in access to affordable housing in urban Canada 1981–2016.” Canadian Sociological Association Annual Conference, Toronto ON. (May 2022).

Holden, M., Hoar, M., Barter, S., Crane, S., Mehdic,A., Takahara, J. & Hey Neighbour Collective: “Three partners’ distinct approaches to building community, social connectedness and resilience in multi-unit housing.”  Canadian Housing and Renewal Association (CHRA) National Congress on Housing and Homelessness, Virtual. (April 2022).

Articles

Reiser, C., Woodhall-Melnick, J. & Leblanc-Haley, T. (2022). Help the Coverdale Centre for Women: An urgent call to support a needed transitional housing project. NB Media Co-op

Reiser, C. & Woodhall-Melnick, J. (2022). Canada-New Brunswick Housing Benefit leaves out many facing housing crisis. NB Media Co-op.

Reiser, C. (2021). Migrants bear the brunt of Canada’s worsening housing crisis. Open Democracy.

Zhu, Y., Vaes Mahdavi, D. & Holden, M. (2022). More housing supply isn’t the cure-all for the housing crisis. The Conversation.

Yan, A. (2022). Making Room for Whom? (Op-Ed). The Vancouver Sun.

Holden, M., Mahmood, A., Akbarnejad, G., Martin, L. &  Winters, M. (2021). Bursting social bubbles after COVID-19 will make cities happier and healthier again. The Conversation.

Zhu, Y. (2021). New study reveals intensified housing inequality in Canada from 1981-2016. The Conversation.

Interviews

Collins, D. (Interviewed by CHEC). Preventing Evictions in Community Housing [Podcast] (2021)

McDowell, K. (Interviewed by CHEC) LGBTQ2 Vulnerability In Housing [Podcast] (2021)

McDowell, K. (Interviewed by Swanson, B. for CHC).  LGBTQ Vulnerability in the Canadian Housing Sector [Podcast] (2020)

Stout, A. (Interviewed by Swanson, B. for CHC). Home-Making and Tenancy Sustainability [Podcast] (2020)

Das, R. (Interviewed by CHEC). Atlantic Canada has nation’s highest level of “energy poverty”. [Text] (2022)

Reiser, C. (Interviewed by Cyr, G.) Prochaine station, gentrification – les loyers et évictions augmentent à Saint-Michel 24 Heures, Montréal [Text] (2022)

Woodhall-Melnik, J. (Interviewed by Brown, S.) N.B. affordable housing wait-list has grown by 2,000 since housing agreement. Global News [Text and Broadcast] (2022)

Woodhall-Melnik, J. (Interviewed by Bird, L.) Cities push for affordable housing, but what does ‘affordable’ really mean? CBC News [Text] (2022)

Woodhall-Melnik, J. (Interviewed by Wright, J.) New Brunswick’s Housing Crisis. Information Morning Saint John CBC [Broadcast] (2022)

Woodhall-Melnik, J. (Interviewed by Jones, R.) N.B. landlords, tenants groups pan property tax cut. CBC News. [Text and Broadcast] (2022).

Woodhall-Melnik, J. (Interviewed by Ibrahim, H.) Community’s rescue of Saint John transitional housing project ‘almost miraculous’ CBC News [Text] (2022)

Woodhall-Melnik, J. (Interviewed by Bird, L.) Councillor votes against project in own ward to make point about affordable units. CBC News [Text] (2022)

Woodhall-Melnik, J. (Interviewed by Grant, R.) ‘Trying to gouge us’: Couple hit with 61 per cent rent hike Toronto Star [Text] (2022).

Woodhall-Melnik, J. (Interviewed by Jones, R.) Elderly renters given short notice of 43 per cent rent hike. CBC News [Text]. 2022.

Woodhall-Melnik, J. (Interviewed by Jones, R.)  N.B. government opens investigation into Fredericton rent increases CBC News [Text]. 2021.

Woodhall-Melnik, J. (Interviewed by Bell, C.)  Kitchen Talk EP05: Tenants’ Rights. Fibe TV [Broadcast]. 2021.

Woodhall-Melnik, J. (Interviewed by Wright, J.)  Affordable housing expert has some solutions to growing problem, Information Morning Saint John CBC. [Broadcast]. 2021.

Woodhall-Melnik, J. (Interviewed by Jones, E.)  New Rent Caps in the Yukon. CBC Whitehorse. [Broadcast]. 2021.

Woodhall-Melnik, J. (Interviewed by Wright, J.) New Brunswick Releases Five Year Mental Health Plan. CBC Radio. [Broadcast]. 2021.

Woodhall-Melnik, J. (Interviewed by Wright, J.)  Saint John tenants nervous about Historica real estate deal. CBC News. [Text]. 2020.

Schiff, R. (Interviewed by Lawes, D.). Top research institutions are playing a critical role to ensure Canada’s post-pandemic recovery is sustainable, resilient and equitable. ResearchInfoSource. [Text] 2021.

Schiff R. (Interviewed by Kaufman, I.) Following Up: Putting rural homelessness on the radar. TBnewswatch.com. [Text] 2021.

Schiff, R. (Interviewed by Ramsay, J.) ‘You do whatever you have to do’: Long commutes a necessity for many Simcoe County residents. Simco.com. [Text] 2021.

Schiff, R. (Interviewed by Lawes, D.). How the drive to stop a virus mobilized Canada’s research community. ResearchInfoSource.com [Text] 2021.

Schiff R. (Interviewed by Paiken, S.) Homelessness and COVID–19. TVO: The Agenda with Steve Paiken. [Broadcast] 2021.

Evans, J. Episode 1: Dr. Carolyn Whitzman. Community Housing Futures Podcast [Podcast] 2022.

Puddu, C. & Greyeyes, C. (Interviewed by Ekelund, B. & Cave, D.) S1E1 – A Conversation with Dr. Cynthia Puddu and Cheyenne Greyeyes. Research (Re)Casted [Podcast]. 2021. 

Zhu, Y. (Interviewed by Pugh, J.) How we build housing vs. how much housing we build – VIMHS. People First Radio for Vancouver Island Mental Health Society [Podcast]. 2022.

Zhu, Y. (interviewed by Milner, B.) Canada isn’t prepared to deal with large investors’ growing interest in single-family homes. Globe & Mail. [Text] 2022.

Yan, A. (Interviewed by Hunter, J.) BC to impose cooling-off period for home buyers, the first of its kind in Canada. Globe & Mail. [Text] 2022

Funding Applications

[Funding Application]. Mitacs Accelerate (2022). Social and Economic Governance in Alberta’s Seniors and Community Housing Sector.  Successful.

[Funding Application]. Mitacs Globalink (2022): Studentification in Canada (for 2023 internship). Successful.

[Funding Application] Das, R., Richman, R., Touchie, M., de Vos, E., Navarroza, H., Meredith, M., Albert, M. (2021. Community housing sustainability solutions: Bridging the data-knowledge divide. Application to CMHC Housing Supply Challenge. Data Driven Solutions for informed decision-making. Unsuccessful.