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1.8: References and Resources

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    Belshaw, J.D. 2008, Becoming British Columbia: A Population History, UBC Press.

    Berelowitz, Lance. 2005. Dream City: Vancouver and the Global Imagination. Vancouver: Douglas and McIntyre.

    Blomley, Nicholas, Ley, David and Wyly, Elvyn. 2011. “Gentrification pushes out the poor.” Vancouver Sun, Feb 2, http://www.sfu.ca/~blomley/op-ed.pdf

    City of Vancouver. 2011. Report to Council (June 26, 2011): Viaducts and False Creek Flats Planning Eastern Core Strategy. Director of Planning and Engineering Services, http://vancouver.ca/docs/eastern-cor...cil-report.pdf

    Cole, Yolande. “Vancouver votes to proceed with two-year study of viaducts removal.” The Georgia Straight, 26 June, 2013.

    Dale, A., & Newman, L. L. (2009). Sustainable development for some: green urban development and affordability. Local Environment, 14 (7), 669-681.

    Dockside Green Website. http://www.docksidegreen.com Date Accessed: June 10, 2014.

    Driftmier, Peter. 2012, Fall. Tearing Down the Viaducts: Green for all or Green for Some? [Podcast]. City: Redeye Vancouver. Coop Radio 100.5 FM.

    Harcourt, Mike and Cameron, Ken. 2007. City making in paradise. Nine decisions that saved Vancouver. Vancouver/Toronto: Douglas & McIntyre.

    Hasson, Schlomo and Ley, David. 1994. Neighbourhood Organizations and the Welfare State. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

    Hulchanski, David and Shapcott, M. 2004. Finding room: Options for a Canadian Rental Housing Strategy. Toronto: CUCS Press.

    Liscombe, Rhodri W. 2011. “A study in Modern(ist) urbanism: planning Vancouver, 1945–1965.” Urban History 38 (1): 124-149.

    Massey, D. (1991). A global sense of place. Marxism today, 35(6), 24-29.

    Rosol, Marit & Temenos, Cristina. (In Press). The Greenest City Experience: Exploring Social Action and Social Sustainability in Vancouver, Canada. Mössner, S., Freytag, T., Krueger, R. (eds) Adventures in Urban Sustainable Development: Theoretical interventions and notes from the field. MIT Press.

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