As Toronto’s population swells, we have to ask ourselves if we’re truly building a city we can all live with.
A new book, Subdivided: City-Building In An Age of Hyper-Diversity, tackles this touchy subject.
Through compelling storytelling and analysis, Subdivided’s contributors – including Jay Pitter, Beyhan Farhadi, Doug Saunders, Fatima Syed, Asmaa Malik, Shawn Micallef and others – investigate issues ranging from transit equity and trust-based policing to mental health, affordable housing and municipal governance. It aims to provoke the tough but pressing conversations required to build a truly connected and just city.
Get your copy at the launch Tuesday May 24th at Revival (783 College St). The event is free and open to all.